The Darden Dilemma: 12 Black Writers on Justice, Race, and Conflicting Loyalties edited with an introduction by Ellis Cose (1997) "In an age when young black men are imprisoned at astounding rates, many doubt that our justice system is as fair and color-blind as it purports to be. The diverse contributors to The Darden Dilemma speak to those doubts as they address many of the essential issues of racial identity and the justice system: from Anita Hill...to Elijah Anderson...Much more than an examination of the significance of the O.J. Simpson trial, The Darden Dilemma is about functioning in a world in which black and white perceptions are often at odds -- and whether it's possible to bring them closer together." 261 pp.
THE DARDEN DILEMMA: 12 BLACK WRITERS ON JUSTICE, RACE, AND CONFLICTING LOYALTIES
- Binding: Paperback; Book Condition: Very Good, wear on spine; Dust Jacket Condition: n/a; Publication Date: 1997; Edition: First Edition; Publisher: HarperPerennial