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This ebook provides a examine of the increase of yank neoliberalism within the aftermath of the trendy Civil Rights flow, with specific consciousness given to the annoying effect of the neoliberal age on numerous African americans. It additionally examines different types of black religiosity that functionality as modes of soul care during this context.

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