Stereo Types/How a Black Family and its Blond Homeboys Blended Their Hopes in 1950s Portland

Two blond toddlers who lived three years in a lower-class black family’s Portland, Ore., home in the 1950s renew those bonds in the 1980s and '90s -- in time to assess what became of the promising young adults who came of age during the Civil Rights Movement and the extent of progress in racial relations. More
Download: epub mobi (Kindle) pdf more Online Reader
About Colin Seymour

Colin Seymour was a copy editor and staff writer from 1983 to 2007 at the San Jose Mercury News, which published hundreds of his critical reviews covering theater, classical music, books and television. He has since been copy editing at the San Francisco Chronicle. He is president of California Writers Club-South Bay, he writes about boxing on Examiner.com and he sings top tenor in a Bay Area men’s octet, the Bear-A-Tones. He is a native of Portland, Ore

Also by This Author

Readers of This Book Also Read

Reviews

This book has not yet been reviewed.
Report this book