Streetwise: Race, Class, and Change in an Urban Community

Author (Faculty Member): 

In a powerful, revealing portrait of city life, Anderson explores the dilemma of both blacks and whites, the underclass and the middle class, caught up in the new struggle not only for common ground—prime real estate in a racially changing neighborhood—but for shared moral community. Blacks and whites from a variety of backgrounds speak candidly about their lives, their differences, and their battle for viable communities.

The University of Chicago Press | November 1992 | ISBN: 9780226018164 | Pbk.

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View faculty member’s biographical page: Elijah Anderson