Ending Apartheid in America: The Need For A Black Political Party And Reparations Now
"This is an excellent work: thought-provoking, carefully argued and offering important prescriptions for specific constructive action. It deserves to be carefully read, widely distributed and seriously discussed. I have a high regard for Art Serota who has made important practical contributions to better the lives of others and who has combined careful thought with positive action." Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Arthur Serota is a civil rights lawyer, anti-apartheid activist and educator. He worked in the South African anti-apartheid movement and, for three years in the l980's, lived and worked in Zimbabwe, administering agricultural, school, water development and reforestation projects. Serota has written extensively on racism, education and the law and, for a decade, broadcast radio programs focusing on ending racism in society. He also founded and administered urban education programs which prepare urban candidates to become public school teachers. He is a recipient of the Eyes On The Prize Award, a public television recognition for lifetime achievement in civil rights, as well as other awards for community service and social justice.
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