American Sociological Association

Beneath the Surface of White Supremacy: Denaturalizing U.S. Racisms Past and Present

In the age of Black Lives Matter, the urge to understand why and how racism has been perpetuated in American society has never been more urgent. Opening with yet another tragic story of the police shooting of an unarmed Black youth, Moon-Kie Jung’s most recent book is a timely addition to the theoretical understanding of racial inequalities and domination. Jung challenges the dominant and unquestioned assumptions about racism and develops new analytical concepts and theories to rethink racism and white supremacy from the past to the present.

Authors

Siqi Tu

Volume

2

Issue

4

Starting Page

592

Ending Page

593