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Black Conscious Rage

Humanist Writings on Identity, Culture, Oppression, and Liberation

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Black Conscious Rage by Sincere T. Kirabo
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In Black Conscious Rage , social justice advocate Sincere T. Kirabo scrutinizes some of the United States' most polarizing topics related to identity and cultural prejudice in an illuminating fashion, asking questions of race and religion. Recalling James Baldwin's famous proclamation, "To be a Negro in this country and to be relatively conscious is to be in a state of rage almost all the time," he articulates this ever-flaring indignation for a 21st-century audience, critiquing unjust social systems that continue to devalue, disenfranchise, and dehumanize large segments of the US population. Adding his own mark to a growing tradition of outspoken Black atheists, Kirabo explores the web of oppression that ensnares modern society, while challenging us to be our own salvation through human-derived justice, accountability, and reason.

Author Biography

Sincere T. Kirabo is a secular humanist writer and social activist whose work primarily focuses on developing critical consciousness within humanist and atheist communities. His work can be found on TheHumanist.com, Everyday Feminism, and Patheos, among other media. Sincere currently serves as the social justice coordinator with the American Humanist Association.
Release date NZ
September 3rd, 2019
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Pitchstone Publishing
Pages
224
ISBN-13
9781634311380
Product ID
26881469

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