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Brent Staples 'Essay Black Men In Public Space'

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For decades Americans have been justly fighting against racism and discrimination. Nowhere is this more prominent than in the fight against black discrimination. Many people see blacks as delinquents or ruffians and while a quite a few of them can be considered thugs even more are upstanding citizens. Brent Staples, a black man who witnessed a great deal of discrimination and prejudice in his time, wrote his famous essay “Black Men in Public Space,” based on those experiences. In his essay he states argues that people unconsciously see black people as threats and veer away from them.

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  • Analyzes how brent staples, a black man who witnessed discrimination and prejudice in his time, wrote his famous essay "black men in public space" based on those experiences.
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