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The Unknown City by Michelle Fine

The Unknown City

  • Paperback $22.00

    Feb 18, 1999 | 352 Pages

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An important book . . . that enhance[s] our understanding of race, class, and gender in late twentieth-century urban America. –William Julius Wilson, author of Poverty in America

“Fine and Weis write with grace and clarity, presenting the powerful voices of oppressed people. . . . The Unknown City is a model of social analysis that points the way towards justice and social transformation.” –Manning Marable, author of The Crisis of Color and Democracy

“Without preaching, [Fine and Weis] give readers a sense of the obstacles faced by Americans who must do without. . . Offers important insights into a critical but too often overlooked part of our youth culture.” —Kirkus Reviews

“[A] powerful, passionate, and subtle book. . . . [Fine and Weis’s] honest and self-reflective account constitutes an inspiring-if sobering-model of scholarship deployed in the interest of social justice.” –Michael B. Katz, author of Improving Poor People

“Michelle Fine and Lois Weis enable us to hear the sounds of despair interwoven with hope, with outrage, with new kinds of determination. . . . The Unknown City calls out to its readers for new modes of solidarity, for the kind of theory that may infuse activism.” –Maxine Greene, author of Releasing the Imagination

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