Considering hate is a provocative deeply humane and necessary book for all of us who want to reduce violence and create justice without resorting to supremacist ideas and notions of vengeance its unflinching eye large sighted vision and limitless heart provide nourishment for mind heart and spirit. It is a book about violence goodness and justice in our culture i love that that the message of the book is the embracing of violence is wrongheaded and harmful it is a very insightful book and stresses we need justice for everyone and bypass hate and discrimination. Books like considering hate violence goodness and justice in american culture and politics considering hate violence goodness and justice in american culture and politics by kay whitlock. Considering hate makes the case that the hate frame distorts our understanding of violence directed against vulnerable groups obscures our ability to trace that violence to its sources and impedes our ability to address the conditions that produce it. Drawing upon social science philosophy theology film and literature the authors examine how hate and common even ordinary forms of individual and group violence are excused and normalized
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