Rutgers Studies on Race and Ethnicity
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Consumption across the Color Line
Edited by Mia Bay and Ann Fabian; Contributions by Mia Bay, Ann Fabian, Naa Oyo A. Kwate, Geraldo L. Cadava, Traci Parker, Bridget Kenny, John W. Heaton, Ellen D. Wu, Neiset Bayouth, Johana Londoño, Erualdo R. González, Stacey A. Sutton, Melissa L. Cooper, Siobhan Carter-David, Jerome D. Williams, Geraldine Rosa Henderson, Sophia R. Evett, Anne-Marie G. Hakstian, Azure B. Thompson and Sharese N. Porter
Rutgers University Press
Race and Retail documents the extent to which retail establishments, both past and present, have often catered to specific ethnic and racial groups. Using an interdisciplinary approach, the original essays collected here explore selling and buying practices of nonwhite populations around the world and the barriers that shape these habits, such as racial discrimination, food deserts, and gentrification.
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