In this enormously provocative new book, Eusebius McKaiser explores questions of race and racism in South Africa.
It is more than twenty years after the fall of apartheid, why do we still need to talk about racism? In a year when South African students have protested against colonial symbols on university campuses, when accusations of racism have erupted in cultural spaces, when racial tension in towns in the USA has exploded it is clear that this conversation is long overdue. McKaiser does not pull his punches in his dissection of apartheid’s racist legacy – and no one is safe from his pen.
- Is there a place for anger in discussions of racism?
- Why do black writers have to write about race?
- Can liberals be racist?
- Are black people obliged to help white people understand racism?
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