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Everything But the Burden

What White People Are Taking from Black Culture

by Greg Tate

  • 278 Want to read
  • 30 Currently reading

Published by Broadway .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Race relations,
  • Sociology,
  • People of Color,
  • Ethnic Studies - African American Studies - General,
  • Whites,
  • Social Science,
  • Social conditions,
  • Popular Culture - General,
  • Ethnic Studies - African American Studies - Lifest,
  • Black studies,
  • Social & cultural anthropology,
  • Social Science / African-American Studies,
  • USA,
  • Attitudes,
  • United States,
  • 1975-,
  • African Americans,
  • Intellectual life

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages272
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8064510M
    ISBN 100767908082
    ISBN 109780767908085
    OCLC/WorldCa50065090

    The pieces in "Everything but the Burden "explore the line between hero-worship and paternalism. Among the book's twelve essays are Vernon Reid's "Steely Dan Understood as the Apotheosis of 'The White Negro, '" Carl Hancock Rux's "The Beats: America's First 'Wiggas, '" and Greg Tate's own introductory essay "Nigs 'R Us.". Find books like Everything But the Burden: What White People Are Taking from Black Culture from the world’s largest community of readers. Goodreads membe.

    John Ruganda, who died in , was considered a shaping force in East African literature, and his published plays – The Burdens () and The Floods () have, over the years, featured among the required texts for literature in English courses at high school level in Kenya and Uganda. The Burdens was first published in by Oxford University Press. Book Review: Everything But the Burden. Printer-friendly version. Average: If the great problem of the twentieth century has been the problem of the color line, then a century later, the only color that seems to matter is green. In Everything But the Burden, Greg Tate and his team of writers take on various aspects of American popular culture.

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Everything But the Burden by Greg Tate Download PDF EPUB FB2

"Everything But the Burden" is a book that promises much and delivers little. Subtitled "What White People Are Taking From Black Culture" the book holds forth the promise of exploring how Black culture has influenced white society.

Unfortunately, the promise is broken/5(10). Everything But the Burden isn't a collection of essays in its entirety. There's an impression given, as the book's description reiterates, that this is a collection of essays.

Mostly it is; however, there are also excerpts from a play, a story or two, and a poem/5. Following the trail blazed by Norman Mailer’s controversial essay “The White Negro,” Everything but the Burden brings together voices from music, popular culture, the literary world, and the media speaking about how from Brooklyn to the Badlands white people are co-opting black styles of music, dance, dress, and slang/5(2).

Following the trail blazed by Norman Mailer’s controversial essay “The White Negro,” Everything but the Burden brings together voices from music, popular culture, the literary world, and the media speaking about how from Brooklyn to the Badlands white people are co-opting black styles of music, dance, dress, and slang.

Everything But the Burden: What White People Are Taking from Black CultureThis collection of essays and short commentaries is well-written and hits the mark not just for African Americans, but for those people who keep current - or want to keep current - with the origins of all those hip, cool sayings/5(4).

Following the trail blazed by Norman Mailer’s controversial essay “The White Negro,” Everything but the Burden brings together voices from music, popular culture, the 3/5(2). "Everything but the Burden" is an anthology of cultural essays edited by Greg Tate, a cultural critic and writer for the Village Voice.

The book sets out to examine the osmosis of Black culture into White society. The pieces in Everything but the Burden explore the line between hero-worship and paternalism.

Among the book's twelve essays are Vernon Reid's "Steely Dan Understood as the Apotheosis of 'The White Negro, '" Carl Hancock Rux's "The Beats: America's First 'Wiggas, '" and Greg Tate's own introductory essay "Nigs 'R Us."/5().

Everything but the Burden What White People Are Taking From Black Culture (Book): Compiles essays and prose from African Americans who comment. The pieces in Everything but the Burden explore the line between hero-worship and paternalism. Among the book’s twelve essays are Vernon Reid’s “Steely Dan Understood as the Apotheosis of ‘The White Negro,’” Carl Hancock Rux’s “The Beats: America’s First ‘Wiggas,’” and Greg Tate’s own introductory essay “Nigs ’R Us.”.

The pieces in Everything but the Burden explore the line between hero-worship and paternalism. Among the book's twelve essays are Vernon Reid's "Steely Dan Understood as the Apotheosis of 'The White Negro, '" Carl Hancock Rux's "The Beats: America's First 'Wiggas, '" and Greg Tate's own introductory essay "Nigs 'R Us."/5(5).

The pieces in Everything but the Burden explore the line between hero-worship and paternalism. Among the book’s twelve essays are Vernon Reid’s “Steely Dan Understood as the Apotheosis of ‘The White Negro,’” Carl Hancock Rux’s “The Beats: America’s First ‘Wiggas,’” and Greg Tate’s own introductory essay “Nigs ’R Us.”/5(5).

EVERYTHING BUT THE BURDEN: What White People Are Taking from Black Culture. Greg Tate, Editor. Broadway $ (p) ISBN Tweet. Buy this book. Amazon. Barnes & Noble. Following the trail blazed by Norman Mailer’s controversial essay “The White Negro,” Everything but the Burden brings together voices from music, popular culture, the literary world, and the media speaking about how from Brooklyn to the Badlands white people are.

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Everything But the Burden: What White People Are Taking from Black Culture (English Edition) eBook: Tate, Greg: : Tienda Kindle/5(6). The pieces in Everything but the Burden explore the line between hero-worship and paternalism.

Among the book’s twelve essays are Vernon Reid’s “Steely Dan Understood as the Apotheosis of ‘The White Negro,’” Carl Hancock Rux’s “The Beats: America’s First ‘Wiggas,’” and Greg Tate’s own introductory essay “Nigs ’R Us.”Brand: Crown. Everything but the Burden What White People Are Taking From Black Culture (Book): In a dazzling collection of essays, editor Geg Tate takes on what his mother used to call "everything but the burden," dissecting the ways in which white culture has misappropriated much of black culture, from music to dance, fashion, sports, and more.

In Everything But the Burden Village Voice staffer Greg Tate assembles a bunch of African-American writers, critics, scholars and other creative types to. The pieces in Everything but the Burden explore the line between hero-worship and paternalism. Among the book's twelve essays are Vernon Reid's "Steely Dan Understood as the Apotheosis of 'The White Negro,'" Carl Hancock Rux's "The Beats: America's First 'Wiggas,'" and Greg Tate's own introductory essay "Nigs 'R Us.".

Everything But the Burden: What White People Are Taking From Black Culture by Greg Tate Author A study of the shocking epidemic of cultural appropriation of white youth stealing all of their fashion, ideas, and music from black culture, this book makes strong claims, points the fingers, and exposes a very embarrassing trend.Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy Everything But the Burden: What White People Are Taking from Black Culture at Everything but the burden: what white people are taking from Black culture.

[Greg Tate;] -- Takes an exhilarating, controversial look at how white culture has rendered the progenitors [African Americans] of the nation's creative profile as the most alluring, co-optable, and erasable of Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript.