by Charles Barkley and Michael Wilbon
Hardcover, 236 pages, Penguin Group USA, List Price: $24.95 | purchase
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Citing the obstacles to harmonious race relations in the United States, an analysis of the nation's growing racial segregation describes the author's experiences of talking about race with interviewees ranging from students to KKK members.
April 25, 2005 The former NBA star turned basketball analyst and author talks about his new book, Who's Afraid of a Large Black Man?, which focuses especially on race issues.
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April 20, 2005 At 6-feet-6, it's hard to miss basketball great Charles Barkley. Now the retired NBA star is using his high profile to talk about race and racism in his book, Who's Afraid of a Large Black Man?
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