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In “Black Men and Public Spaces” Brent Staples reveals his experiences with different individuos in all kind of public areas. Staples talk about how people stereotype black men as a violent and dangerous individuals because of their appearance and the color of their skin.
Black Men and Public Space, by Brent Staples The following essay originally appeared in Ms. Magazine in , under the title, “Just Walk on By.” Staples revised it slightly for publication Women are particularly vulnerable to street violence, and young black men are drastically overrepresented among the perpetrators of that.
Black Men and Public Space"--Brent Staples (b. ) earned his Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Chicago and went on to become a journalist. The following essay originally appeared in Ms. Magazine in , under the title "Just Walk On By." Staples revised it slightly. Staples in his essay “Black Men and Public Space” gives many events where racism is shown by Caucasian Americans. Brent Staples was a smart individual his credentials spoke for him. There was just one problem described in this essay and it is the color of Staples skin.
In the short essay, “Black Men in Public Space” written by Brent Staples, discusses his own experiences on how he is stereotyped because he is an African American and looks intimidated in “public places” (Staples ). Staples, an intelligent man that is a graduate student at University of. In a short essay entitled Black Men and Public Space, there was a male character of black descent who was falsely incriminated of being a mugger, a rapist, and worse just because he was walking down a dark street accompanying a white female who was alone. /5(11).