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Race, Power, and the Obama Legacy
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Foreword by Mike Cole Introduction by Curry Malott 1. Race, Power, Obama's Presidency and Legacy 2. Obama Dancing with Voucher Capitalism and White Hegemony 3. Obama Caught at the Crossroad of Black Masculinity and White Patriarchy 4. Obama: A Black Face of the US Imperialist and Neocolonial Power? 5. Obama Trapped in Professor Luis Gates's and Sgt. Crowley's Racial Storm 6. Beyond Obama's Historical Symbolism: A Conversation with Eduardo Bonilla-Silva 7. Obama's Foreign Policy and Its Implications for His legacy Afterword by Paul R. Carr

About the Author

Pierre Wilbert Orelus is Associate Professor of Curriculum and Instruction at New Mexico State University. He has received several awards, including the Exceptional Achievements in Creative Scholarly Activity (2013) award. Professor Orelus' most recent books include: On Language, Democracy, and Social Justice: Noam Chomsky's Critical Intervention (with Noam Chomsky, 2014) and Affirming Language Diversity in Schools and Society: Beyond Linguistic Apartheid (2014).

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"Pierre Orelus has written an insightful, far-reaching and highly significant critique of the presidency of the first African-American to hold the office in the USA." Paul Carr, co-author of The Phenomenon of Obama and the Agenda for Education "Pierre Orelus provides a compelling indictment of the Obama years with respect to both domestic and foreign policy." Mike Cole, Professor, University of East London. Author of Critical Race Theory and Education: A Marxist Response. "Pierre Orelus' important book, Race, Power, and the Obama Legacy, offers a detailed challenge to the many false assumptions surrounding Obama. Not only does he provide the necessary evidence to counter the notion that institutional racism has been eradicated, but he connects racism to capitalism." Curry Malott, Author of Teaching Marx: the Socialist Agenda. "Orelus' courageous new book is an important analysis, a must-read for educators and concerned citizens worldwide who wish to defeat the plague of racism and the brutality of capitalism in the interests of bringing forth a new social universe animated by social justice and true equality." Peter McLaren, Distinguished Professor, Chapman University, and author of Pedagogy of Insurrection

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