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Connor, Marlene Kim – 1995
Cool is possibly the most important force in the life of a black man in America today. This book examines what cool is, and why, but it does not define what is, or is not, cool. African captives brought to this country had to internalize their emotions, and this internalization became the beginning of cool. The repression of natural emotions is…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Black Attitudes, Black Culture, Blacks