Public Space, Public Policy, and Public Understanding of Race and Ethnicity in America
An Interdisciplinary Approach
Edited by Teresa A. Booker
Pages: 388; Size: 6 x 9
Public Space, Public Policy, and Public Understanding of Race and Ethnicity in America is an interdisciplinary anthology including personal accounts, analyses of historical and current events, and legal rulings told through the lens of various racial or ethnic groups living in the United States. In twenty-one chapters, engaging and scholarly essays include studies of the culture of public transportation in Los Angeles, Hasidism in North Brooklyn, punk music in Washington, DC, and a wide range of peoples and places in between.