PART FIVE: The Culture and Racial Politics of Masculinity: CHAPTER 17: CLAUDE NEAL'S REVENGE

January 2001
Gender of Racial Politics & Violence in America: Lynching, Priso;2001, p1031
The article focuses on the sexual assault of white men by African American men in jails and prisons in the United States for power and revenge. It argues that the racial character of rape intensifies the racism of white prisoners. It discusses the role of overcrowding in the increase in sexual assault in prisons. It describes several rape incidents.


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