Fifteen years ago, in , Genna Hewett-Meade's college roommate died a mysterious, violent, terrible death. Minette Swift had been a fiercely individualistic scholarship student, an assertive—even prickly—personality, and one of the few black girls at an exclusive women's liberal arts college near Philadelphia. By contrast, Genna was a quiet, self-effacing teenager from a privileged upper-class home, self-consciously struggling to make amends for her own elite upbringing. When, partway through their freshman year, Minette suddenly fell victim to an increasing torrent of racist harassment and vicious slurs—from within the apparent safety of their tolerant, "enlightened" campus—Genna felt it her duty to protect her roommate at all costs. Now, as Genna reconstructs the months, weeks, and hours leading up to Minette's tragic death, she is also forced to confront her own identity within the social framework of that time. Her father was a prominent civil defense lawyer whose radical politics—including defending anti-war terrorists wanted by the FBI—would deeply affect his daughter's outlook on life, and later challenge her deepest beliefs about social obligation in a morally gray world.
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La femme blanche a tous les atouts en main en vertu de sa naissance et de sa race. Living in a country completely obsessed by race and gender, African- American women have experienced a particularly painful marginaliza- tion: they suffer from the double burden of being black and female in a nation that has always given priority to the experience of whites and males. From the days of slavery to the Moynihan Report and to today's worries about "the disappearing black male", the black woman has remained on the periphery watching many episodes of the American racial drama acted out among the white man, the white woman and the black man while her participation was largely ignored and arrogantly dismissed. Wells but their impact on the fate of black women has been minimal: Rosa Parks, the mother of the Civil Rights Movement, was recently robbed and severely beaten in her apartment by a young black man. In her recent book, Vivian Gordon defines racism as "the power to control and manipulate the major societal forces, and the ability to define for the 'other' the requirements for participation"1. As controversial as this defi-.
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