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Book Review - Covering Kenji Yoshino

Publisher:  Random House
Year Published 2006

Although I enjoyed the book. I have a few problems with it.  The book is very well written, perhaps one of the better written books I have read this year.  407 more words

Book Reviews

Covering: The Hidden Assault on Our Civil Rights (Yoshino)

Yoshino offers a description of three stages of the assault on civil rights – conversion, passing, and covering. Though he focuses on the challenges faced by gays (including himself), Michelle Obama’s graduation speech at Tuskegee came to mind: 214 more words

Non-fiction

Uncovering and discovering

Law Professor Kenji Yoshino – who studies why we “cover” certain aspects of our identity when interacting with others – 32 more words

Living In Liminal Spaces