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By Kent A. Ono

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Based on many pundits and cultural commentators, the U.S. is having fun with a post-racial age, thank you partly to Barack Obama's upward thrust to the presidency. This excessive gloss of optimism fails, although, to acknowledge that racism is still ever current and alive, unfold by means of channels of media and circulated even in colloquial speech in ways in which should be tricky to investigate. during this groundbreaking assortment edited through Michael G. Lacy and Kent A. Ono, students search to check this advanced and contradictory terrain whereas relocating the sector of verbal exchange in a extra intellectually effective course. an exceptional crew of members from a variety of educational backgrounds demanding situations conventional definitions and functions of rhetoric. From the troubling media representations of black looters after storm Katrina and rhetoric in information insurance in regards to the Columbine and Virginia Tech massacres to cinematic representations of race in Crash, Blood Diamond, and Quentin Tarantino’s movies, those essays exhibit advanced intersections and buildings of racialized our bodies and discourses, critiquing race in cutting edge and intriguing methods. severe Rhetorics of Race seeks not just to appreciate and navigate a global fraught with racism, yet to alter it, one notice at a time.

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104 The media also revealed tensions between Louisiana Governor Blanco and President Bush. ”107 31 Apocalypse 3. Bush administration as racist and classist. The media ambivalently suggested that the Bush administration’s and FEMA’s slow and inadequate response was the result of structural racism and classism. The media featured the explicit racist charges made by black and white celebrities, citizens, and evacuees, and implicit racist accusations made by elected black officials and civic leaders.

40 The Boston Globe reported: One man was packing his van so full of computers, televisions, and DVD players that he had trouble closing the rear doors.  . ” asked a woman who pulled up in a red car. Hearing “yes,” she started to chant, “TV! TV!  .  . ”43 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution 24 Michael G. Lacy and Kathleen C.  . ”52 The Associated Press (AP) relied on police officers to confirm reports: “And the rumors of rapes,” New Orleans Police Officer Joe “Pollard added, are not rumors anymore.  .

Our sample also included 81 stories from the New Orleans Times-Picayune because of its proximity to the events. The Times earned a Pulitzer Prize for reporting on Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath. 21. Brummett, “How to Propose,” 130; Michael Osborn, “In Defense of Broad Mythic Criticism,” Communication Studies 41 (1990): 121–27; Rushing, “On Saving,” 140; Rushing and Frentz, “Integrating Ideology,” 390–93; “The Frankenstein Myth,” 63. 22. Edward F. Edinger, Archetype of the Apocalypse: Divine, Vengeance, Terrorism, and the End of the World (Chicago: Open Court, 1999).

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