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Who are we-- and should it matter in the 21st century?
Gary Younge
Adult Nonfiction HM753 .Y68 2011

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Summary: From those who insist that Barack Obama is Muslim to the European legislators who go to extraordinary lengths to ban items of clothing worn by a tiny percentage of their populations, Gary Younge shows, in this fascinating, witty, and provocative examination of the enduring legacy and obsession with identity in politics and everyday life, that how we define ourselves informs every aspect of our social, political, and personal lives.Younge - a black British male of Caribbean descent living in Brooklyn, New York, who speaks fluent Russian and French - travels the planet in search of answers to why identity is so combustible. From Tiger Woods's legacy to the scandal over Danish cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed, he finds that identity is inescapable, but solidarity may not be as elusive as we fear.


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