Say it louder! : black voters, white narratives, and saving our democracy / Tiffany D. Cross ; [foreword by Dr. Michael Eric Dyson].
- First edition.
- New York, NY : Amistad, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 
xiii, 240 pages ; 21 cm
- Voting -- Corrupt practices -- United States.
Voting registers -- United States.
Racism -- Political aspects -- United States.
Racism -- Political aspects.
- Black voters were critical to the Democrats' 2018 blue wave. In fact, 90 percent of Black voters supported Democratic House candidates, compared to just 53 percent of all voters. Despite media narratives, this was not a fluke. Throughout U.S. history, Black people have played a crucial role in the shaping of the American experiment. Yet still, this powerful voting bloc is often dismissed as some "amorphous" deviation, argues Tiffany Cross. Say It Louder! is her explosive examination of how America's composition was designed to exclude Black voters, but paradoxically would likely cease to exist without them. With multiple tentacles stretching into the cable news echo chamber, campaign leadership, and Black voter data, Cross creates a wrinkle in time with a reflective look at the timeless efforts endlessly attempting to deny people of color the right to vote--a basic tenet of American democracy. And yet as the demographics of the country are changing, so too is the electoral power construct--by evolution and by force, Cross declares. Grounded in the most-up-to-date research, Say It Louder! is a vital tool for a wide swath of constituencies."--Amazon.
- Machine generated contents note: pt. One How I Got Here
1. For Colored Girls Who Consider Journalism When Twitter Is Not Enough
2. I'm Beat!
3. Ring the Alarm!
pt. Two How WE Got Here
4. The Trump Card
5. The Red Summer
6. White Economic Anxiety in West Virginia Black Economic Anxiety in Michigan
7. Georgia Outkasts
8. Ohio and the Purge
9. Florida Man
10. You Down with GOP?
11. Silencing Black Women
12. Kamala's Campaign
pt. Three Where We Need to Go
13. If You Don't Vote, You Don't Count?
14. Fade to Black.
- Dyson, Michael Eric, writer of foreword.
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