Brasileiro(a) é Assim Mesmo: cidadania e preconceito by Jaime Pinsky,Luiza Nagib Eluf

By Jaime Pinsky,Luiza Nagib Eluf

Desvenda, de maneira clara e objetiva, as raízes e mecanismos da discriminação e do preconceito e suas implicações no exercício pleno da cidadania em nosso país. Escrito por dois conhecidos militantes na luta contra a discriminação, o livro alerta contra atitudes preconceituosas e ações discriminatórias com as quais mantemos, frequentemente, perigosa conivência.

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