How to Be Black

How to Be Black

Baratunde Thurston


The Onion’s Baratunde Thurston stocks his 30-plus years of craftsmanship in being black, with precious essays like “How to Be the Black Friend,” “How to talk for All Black People,” “How To have fun Black heritage Month,” and extra, during this satirical advisor to race issues—written for black humans and people who love them. Audacious, crafty, and razor-sharp, How to Be Black exposes the mass-media’s insidiously racist, monochromatic portrayal of black culture’s richness and diversity. lovers of Stuff White humans Like, This Week in Blackness, and Ending Racism in approximately an Hour will be captivated, uplifted, incensed, and encouraged by way of this hilarious and strong assault on America’s blacklisting of black tradition: Baratunde Thurston’s How to Be Black.

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