Black and Tired : : Essays on Race, Politics, Culture, and International Development
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Human dignity, dark skin, and Negro dialect -- Race alarmists hijack Black history month -- The enduring foolishness of racial politics -- A new vision for America's Black men -- Bill Cosby is right, again -- Black virtue : success beyond the Super Bowl -- Does Black history have a future -- King's dream : beyond Black and White -- Rosa Parks and the two Black Americas -- Creating Black history -- Beyond Black history -- Devaluing Black history -- Government health care : back to the plantation -- Too much government makes us sick -- A racist recession? -- The abracadabra stimulus plan -- Protecting the poor from the media's gas tax -- Unemployment and social cohesion -- Moving on, without Wright -- Sowell's facts annihilate political fictions -- It's about Obama's economics, not his faith -- 'War on poverty remix' won't work either -- What kind of long-term help is that? -- Let the airline mergers begin -- Welfare reform is working -- The 'moral' minimum wage increase hurts teens and minorities -- The answer is (not) blowin' in the wind -- Productivity and the ice man : understanding outsourcing -- The Bush immigration plan : a step in the right direction? -- The rise of the Black entrepreneur : a new force for economic and moral leadership -- MTV's wack morality -- Less religion means more government -- From crisis to creative entrepreneurial liberation -- Are common sense studies necessary? -- Greenboozled -- Who's to blame for chubby children? -- John Edwards is the real world -- Hip hop's delusional god-talk -- Steve Harvey offers hope for Black radio -- Obviously, sports do not build character -- Virginia Tech shooting reveals America's new 'at-risk' group -- Ghetto cracker : the hip hop 'sell out' -- The free and easy charity of the 'One Campaign' -- Candy shopping : Rap's dehumanizing message -- New leadership needed for King's other dreams -- The virtuous path to African development -- Saving China's children from their government -- Developing nations offer hope for U.S. retailers -- China's stealthy globalization -- Spain's African immigrant problem -- Towards freedom in the Arab world -- Global goods for the anti-globalization movement -- The Chavez road to serfdom -- Guatemala at the crossroads : the future of free market reforms -- The lawless leadership of Zimbabwe -- Public schools flunk the test on Black males -- High school HIV scare points to moral crisis -- Better grades through bling-bling -- One million reasons for radical education reform -- School for scandal : hip hop goes to college -- America's 12th graders dumbing down in science -- Back to schools, back to parents -- Grading America's giving : global action week for education -- Modern myths about race and school performance -- Merit-based standards in education : not for whites only -- Harvard's civil rights project misses the mark.
African American scholar Anthony Bradley understands the growing interest in the intersections of theology and economics emerging in light of Christianity's commitment to loving the poor. Local and global disparities in human flourishing call for prudential judgments that wed good intentions with sound economic principles. This book tackles the issues of race, politics, contemporary culture, globalization, and education by wedding moral theology and economics. This book will be a breath of fresh air in terms of economics and public policy but is unique because it also explicitly applies Christian moral teachings to today's global concerns.
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Eugene, Or. : Wipf & Stock, 2011.
Year Published: 2011
Description: 145 p. ; 23 cm.
African Americans -- Social conditions.
Poverty -- Christianity.
Economics -- Christianity.
African Americans -- Education.
United States -- Political aspects.
Developing countries -- Economic conditions.