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Carlos Cooks And Black Nationalism From Garvey To Malcolm

Author : Carlos A. Cooks
ISBN : 0912469285
Genre : Social Science
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Modern Black Nationalism

Author : William L. Van Deburg
ISBN : 9780814787892
Genre : Social Science
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Since its dramatic growth under Marcus Garvey and the Universal Negro Improvement Association during the 1920s, black nationalism has played a central role in American political and intellectual life. In Modern Black Nationalism, William L. Van Deburg has collected the most influential speeches, pamphlets, and articles that trace the development of black nationalism in the 20th century. Beginning with Marcus Garvey, the acknowledged father of the 20th-century movement, William L. Van Deburg here provides a showcase of the work of more than fifty prominent thinkers including Louis Farrakhan, Elijah Muhammad, Maulana Karenga, the founder of Kwanzaa, Amiri Baraka and Molefi Asante. Rare pamphlets distributed by organizations such as the Black Panther Party, articles from underground magazines, and memos from governmental officials offer a fresh look at the roots and the manifestations of this movement.

Black Nationalism In American Politics And Thought

Author : Dean E. Robinson
ISBN : 0521626277
Genre : Political Science
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Revisits the arguments supporting separate black statehood from the mid-nineteenth century to the present.

The Afro Latin Reader

Author : Miriam Jiménez Román
ISBN : 9780822391319
Genre : Social Science
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Black Nationalism

Author : Essien Udosen Essien-Udom
ISBN : STANFORD:36105001985311
Genre : Black Muslims
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Race For Sanctions

Author : Francis Njubi Nesbitt
ISBN : 0253110688
Genre : Social Science
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"An important contribution to the political history of this period [and] a must for those interested in the influence of the great pan-Africanists." -- Elliott P. Skinner This study traces the evolution of the anti-apartheid movement from its origins in the 1940s through the civil rights and black power eras to its maturation in the 1980s as a force that transformed U.S. foreign policy. The movement initially met resistance and was soon repressed, only to reemerge during the civil rights era, when it became radicalized with the coming of the black freedom movement. The book looks at three important political groups: TransAfrica -- the black lobby for Africa and the Caribbean; the Free South Africa Movement; and lastly the Congressional Black Caucus and its role in passing sanctions against South Africa over President Reagan's veto. It concludes with an assessment of the impact of sanctions on the release of Nelson Mandela and his eventual election as president of South Africa.

Toward Freedom Land

Author : Harvard Sitkoff
ISBN : 9780813139753
Genre : Social Science
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The ongoing struggle for civil rights and social justice lies at the heart of America's evolving identity. The pursuit of equal rights is often met with social and political trepidation, forcing citizens and leaders to grapple with controversial issues of race, class, and gender. Renowned scholar Harvard Sitkoff has devoted his life to the study of the civil rights movement, becoming a key figure in global human rights discussions and an authority on American liberalism. Toward Freedom Land assembles Sitkoff 's writings on twentieth-century race relations, representing some of the finest race-related historical research on record. Spanning thirty-five years of Sitkoff 's distingushed career, the collection features an in-depth examination of the Great Depression and its effects on African Americans, the intriguing story of the labor movement and its relationship to African American workers, and a discussion of the effects of World War II on the civil rights movement. His precise analysis illuminates multifaceted racial issues including the New Deal's impact on race relations, the Detroit Riot of 1943, and connections between African Americans, Jews, and the Holocaust.

From Civil Rights To Black Liberation

Author : William W. Sales
ISBN : UOM:39015032596549
Genre : History
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From Civil Rights to Black Liberation is one of the few books that offers historical research about the OAAU, a revolutionary organization founded by Malcolm X and rooted in traditions of Black nationalism, self-determination, and human rights. The author establishes the relevance of Malcolm's political legacy for the task of rebuilding the movement for Black liberation almost thirty years after his assassination.

The Harlem Cultural Political Movements 1960 1970

Author : Klytus Smith
ISBN : UVA:X002576815
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This eye opening production features over 150 exciting, never before published photographs that take the reader on a fascinating & stimulating visual journey through Harlem in the 1960's. Photographed, written & published by African-Americans who witnessed & participated in many of the events that shaped the decade. This extraordinary collection also includes revealing essays that offer new insight & perspectives on: * Malcolm X & the Nation of Islam * African Nationalism * The "Black is Beautiful", Civil Rights, Black Power & Black Panther Movements * The impact of Black Art, Theatre & Culture. A selected Bibliography & Index are also included for easy further reference.

The Writing And Reception Of Race First

Author : Martin Tony
ISBN : 0912469498
Genre : African Americans
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This is Tony Martin's account of the writing of "Race First" the seminal work on Marcus Garvey and the Universal Negro Improvement Association.

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