by Amos N. Wilson
In this ground-breaking volume, Amos Wilson shows in brilliant detail how American society creates and sustains Black on Black adolescent criminality in its inner-cities across the United States. He boldly asserts that Black on Black adolescent violence is rooted in historical and contemporary White on Black violence. He further argues that White on Black violence induces in the Afrikan American community a pervasive false consciousness, one which interacts with the adolescent crises of Black males and the socioeconomic conditions which typify inner city communities to spawn criminality and violence.
Paperback: 92 pages