Synopses & Reviews
Ferociously intelligent one moment, willfully smart-ass the next, ego trip's Big Book of Racism
is a glorious, hilarious conflation of the racial undercurrents that affect contemporary culture at every turn. This one-of-a-kind encounter with the absurdities, complexities, and nuances of race relations is brought to you by five writers of color whose groundbreaking independent magazine, ego trip, has been called "the world's rawest, stinkiest, funniest magazine" by Spin.
Filled with enough testifying and truth to satisfy even the good Reverend Sharpton, ego trip's Big Book of Racism is a riotous and revolutionary look at race and popular culture that's sure to spark controversy and ignite debate.
Combines photographs with commentary and social satire to provide a humorous but pointed look at race, race relations, and popular culture, exploring how racial currents influence virtually every aspect of contemporary American culture.