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Living For The City

Author : Jervey Tervalon
ISBN : STANFORD:36105021436535
Genre : Fiction
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A fictional account of the lives of African American teenagers living in South Central Los Angeles.

Living For The City

Author : Donna Jean Murch
ISBN : 9780807833766
Genre : Political Science
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In this nuanced and groundbreaking history, Donna Murch argues that the Black Panther Party (BPP) started with a study group. Drawing on oral history and untapped archival sources, she explains how a relatively small city with a recent history of African

Living For The City

Author : Jesse Norman
ISBN : 0955190975
Genre : City planning
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Living For The City

Author : Tony Collins
ISBN : 0733303242
Genre : City planning
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Study which examines the urban sprawl in which so many Australians now live and asks whether there is a better alternative to increasing trends of congestion, pollution and violence. Includes endnotes. Based on a documentary produced by the author for ABC Radio Triple J.

Who Set You Flowin

Author : Farah Jasmine Griffin
ISBN : 0195358449
Genre : Social Science
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Twentieth-century America has witnessed the most widespread and sustained movement of African-Americans from the South to urban centers in the North. Who Set You Flowin'? examines the impact of this dislocation and urbanization, identifying the resulting Migration Narratives as a major genre in African-American cultural production. Griffin takes an interdisciplinary approach with readings of several literary texts, migrant correspondence, painting, photography, rap music, blues, and rhythm and blues. From these various sources Griffin isolates the tropes of Ancestor, Stranger, and Safe Space, which, though common to all Migration Narratives, vary in their portrayal. She argues that the emergence of a dominant portrayal of these tropes is the product of the historical and political moment, often challenged by alternative portrayals in other texts or artistic forms, as well as intra-textually. Richard Wright's bleak, yet cosmopolitan portraits were countered by Dorothy West's longing for Black Southern communities. Ralph Ellison, while continuing Wright's vision, reexamined the significance of Black Southern culture. Griffin concludes with Toni Morrison embracing the South "as a site of African-American history and culture," "a place to be redeemed."

Sylvester James Songs

Author : General Books LLC
ISBN : 1157199356
Genre : Music
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Living With Your Land

Author : John R. Vosburgh
ISBN : UCAL:B4321578
Genre : Conservation of natural resources
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Living For The Moment

Author : Charles Hanaway
ISBN : 9781903056400
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Charles Hanaway was brought up in the 1920s and 1930s in a poor area of London. On leaving school at the age of thirteen he worked in a variety of jobs until the outbreak of World War II.

Living For The City Hustle Hard

Author : Mikeal Dabney-El
ISBN : 1721135561
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This is a urban novel chronicling the street life in Kankakee Illinios for the vast majority of those who are subject to the support or involvement of the street life. This body of work explicitly details the ups and downs of the street culture

For The City

Author : Matt Carter
ISBN : 9780310572497
Genre : Religion
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Within ten years, nine out of ten people will claim “no religious affiliation.” Many of these people will live in urban areas. Church leaders must learn how to effectively engage in ministry with this urban core, a group that includes both the poor and marginalized as well as the wealthy and influential. This book will guide you in developing a philosophy of ministry that can lead to restoration and renewal in your city. Matt Carter and Darrin Patrick explain the biblical, theological, and historical foundations of ministry within the urban core, and how to plant churches where the gospel is not only faithfully preached and shared but also brings substantial benefits to those living in the community. For the City relates the wisdom gleaned from years of serving their cities for the sake of God’s kingdom. Carter and Patrick practically equip church leaders and Christians to look at their city as a mission field where individuals and churches can faithfully proclaim the gospel and live out the reality of a community changed and transformed by its message.

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