Killing Rage: Ending Racism Background

Killing Rage: Ending Racism Background

Killing Rage: Ending Racism is an essay collection written by Gloria Watkins under the pseudonym bell hooks (lowercase intentional by the author's convention). The short stories are all different scenarios and affairs with their own subplot. They are all connected through the fact that the main characters are black females, facing different conditions of racism. The book as a whole spread light on how black women are treated and mistreated as if they are below basic humans, throughout history and in the present day.

bell hooks is a feminist theorist, author and cultural critic, and she knows the value of daring to speak. Her book Killing Rage: Ending Racism was first published on October 15, 1996 by Holt Paperbacks and is still popular till this day. The book is a part of the Owl Book series.

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