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Upon These Shores

Upon These Shores Author William R. Scott
ISBN-10 9781135276201
Release 2013-10-31
Pages 480
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This book identifies successful tobacco intervention programs and strategies which have been implemented at schools across the country. It shows principals, counselors and other educators how to implement a school-based program with direct links to the community.



Race Labor and Civil Rights

Race  Labor  and Civil Rights Author Robert Samuel Smith
ISBN-10 0807133639
Release 2008-12-01
Pages 248
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In 1966, thirteen black employees of the Duke Power Company's Dan River Plant in Draper, North Carolina, filed a lawsuit against the company challenging its requirement of a high school diploma or a passing grade on an intelligence test for internal transfer or promotion. In the groundbreaking decision Griggs v. Duke Power (1971), the United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of the plaintiffs, finding such employment practices violated Title 7 of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 when they disparately affected minorities. In doing so, the court delivered a significant anti-employment discrimination verdict. Legal scholars rank Griggs v. Duke Power on par with Brown v. Board of Education (1954) in terms of its impact on eradicating race discrimination from American institutions. In Race, Labor, and Civil Rights, Robert Samuel Smith offers the first full-length historical examination of this important case and its connection to civil rights activism during the second half of the 1960s. Smith explores all aspects of Griggs, highlighting the sustained energy of the grassroots civil rights community and the critical importance of courtroom activism. Smith shows that after years of nonviolent, direct action protests, African Americans remained vigilant in the 1960s, heading back to the courts to reinvigorate the civil rights acts in an effort to remove the lingering institutional bias left from decades of overt racism. He asserts that alongside the more boisterous expressions of black radicalism of the late sixties, foot soldiers and local leaders of the civil rights community -- many of whom were working-class black southerners -- mustered ongoing legal efforts to mold Title 7 into meaningful law. Smith also highlights the persistent judicial activism of the NAACP-Legal Defense and Education Fund and the ascension of the second generation of civil rights attorneys. By exploring the virtually untold story of Griggs v. Duke Power, Smith's enlightening study connects the case and the campaign for equal employment opportunity to the broader civil rights movement and reveals the civil rights community's continued spirit of legal activism well into the 1970s.



Africana Islamic Studies

Africana Islamic Studies Author James L. Conyers Jr.
ISBN-10 9780739173459
Release 2016-03-04
Pages 202
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Africana Islamic Studies highlights the diverse contributions that African Americans have made to the formation of Islam in the United States. It specifically focuses on the Nation of Islam and its patriarch Elijah Muhammad with regards to the African American Islamic experience. Contributors explore topics such as gender, education, politics, and sociology from the African American perspective on Islam. This volume offers a unique view of the longstanding Islamic discourse in the United States and its impact on the American cultural landscape.



Challenging Fronteras

Challenging Fronteras Author Mary Romero
ISBN-10 9781317958703
Release 2014-06-11
Pages 336
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Challenging Fronteras reflects an important new wave of research that moves beyond sweeping generalizations that treat Latinos as a monolithic cultural group. This anthology focuses on the diversity of Latino experiences by providing historical specificity and cutting-edge research that employs the conceptual and analytical tools of social science. Contributors, selected from leading researchers in Latino Studies, include Patricia Zavella, Suzanne Oboler, Alejandro Portes, Clara Rodriquez, Marta Tienda, Nestor Rodriquez, and others.



The Sons of Sheba s Race

The Sons of Sheba s Race Author William Scott
ISBN-10 0974819832
Release 2006-01-15
Pages 289
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The Sons of Sheba's Race: African-Americans and the Italo-Ethiopian War, 1935-1941 illustrates the response to the Italo-Ethiopian War of people of color, who linked the Ethiopian struggle to their own battles against racism and imperialism. William R. Scott demon-strates the significance of Ethiopia as a his-torical symbol for African-Americans. They prayed, preached, and protested to help save the world's last outpost of authentic black rule from white control. The African-American response to the Italian invasion of Ethiopia provides a picture of black intel-lectual thought in America in the 1930s.William R. Scott challenges the view that the Great Depression virtually ended sup-port for black nationalism, showing that ele-ments of the nationalist creed remained crucial to black American ideology a de-cade after the decline of Garveyism and contributed to African-American sympathy for Ethiopia. Scott focuses on the pro-Ethio-pian activities of the Harlem united front, which brought together black nationalists, communists, and civil rights moderates. He shows the extensive elite and grassroots interest in Ethiopia's fate and the wide-spread recognition that Ethiopia's indepen-dence was extremely important to black racial pride. The book also cogently exam-ines the issue of Ethiopian racial identity, the controversy over this issue, and its effect on African-American support for the Ethiopian cause.Pan-Africanism, Africa and African-American relations, and the role of the religiopolitical concept of Ethiopianism all came into play in the doomed efforts to assist Ethiopia in its struggle against fascist tyranny. Scott concludes that black poverty and powerlessness impeded black American efforts to assist Ethiopia, but that prodigious pro-Ethiopian activism produced important new appreciations of Africa, the Western powers, and world race relations among the black American masses.



To Make Our World Anew

To Make Our World Anew Author Robin D. G. Kelley
ISBN-10 9780199839827
Release 2005-04-28
Pages 320
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The two volumes of Kelley and Lewis's To Make Our World Anew integrate the work of eleven leading historians into the most up-to-date and comprehensive account available of African American history, from the first Africans brought as slaves into the Americas, right up to today's black filmmakers and politicians. This first volume begins with the story of Africa and its origins, then presents an overview of the Atlantic slave trade, and the forced migration and enslavement of between ten and twenty million people. It covers the Haitian Revolution, which ended victoriously in 1804 with the birth of the first independent black nation in the New World, and slave rebellions and resistance in the United States in the years leading up to the Civil War. There are vivid accounts of the Civil War and Reconstruction years, the backlash of the notorious "Jim Crow" laws and mob lynchings, and the founding of key black educational institutions, such as Howard University in Washington, D.C. Here is a panoramic view of African-American life, rich in gripping first-person accounts and short character sketches that invite readers to relive history as African Americans have experienced it.



American Politics in Hollywood Film

American Politics in Hollywood Film Author Ian Scott
ISBN-10 9780748688364
Release 2011-05-06
Pages 272
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In this second edition of American Politics in Hollywood Film, Ian Scott takes up his analysis of political content and ideology through movies and contends that American culture and the institutional process continues to be portrayed, debated and influen



The Journal of African American History

The Journal of African American History Author
ISBN-10 UOM:39015066122089
Release 2004
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African American Review

African American Review Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105113262260
Release 2001
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As the official publication of the Division on Black American Literature and Culture of the Modern Language Association of America, African American review promotes an exchange among writers and scholars in the arts, humanities, and social sciences who hold diverse perspectives of African American literature and culture.



Aesthetic Transgressions

Aesthetic Transgressions Author Thomas Claviez
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105120217729
Release 2006
Pages 384
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The debate over the function of aesthetics can be traced back to the New Criticism and its aftermath. After its theoretical axioms and criteria of judgement had been debunked as ideologically charged, two factions emerged. A number of critics defended the value of aesthetic complexity, i.e. of ambiguity, irony and negativity, and refused to accept the arguments of ideology critique attacking the concept of aesthetic autonomy. Revisionist critics, however, tended to marginalized aesthetic categories, or rather, they described the respective textual features as complicity with the social status quo, and concentrated on art previously omitted from critical study because of its political or social agenda. Today, the dialogue between the two increasingly exhausts itself in mutual accusations of ideological partisanship. The essays collected in this volume dress this rift by re-introducing the notion of aesthetic which has tended to be obliterated from critically discourse in American literature. They draw attention to the fact that the literary imagination represents a specific social field of meaning-production and calls for a specific attitude of the reader towards language as a means of reality-production. In their close readings, the authors analyze the actual strategies of the cultural political work of literature. Consequently, their analyses highlight both the critical evaluations concerning the political implications of literary form and the different historical functions a text can fulfill at the time of its publication and later on.



Profession

Profession Author
ISBN-10 UOM:39015063412558
Release 2005
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Crisis of the Black intellectual

Crisis of the Black intellectual Author William D. Wright
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105123400132
Release 2007-04-01
Pages 369
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Crisis of the Black Intellectual provides critical analysis of the public commentary of Black intellectuals. It argues that Black intellectuals are not as critical in their thought and analyses of Blacks, Whites, and America as they are capable of being and should be. In the book's Introduction, Wright states: "The Black historical experience is one of the greatest and most complex experiences of human beings or humanity.... The Black experience in America reflects some of the richest dimensions of the human experience and human existence and also some of its most oppressive and wretched realities. Black people are a people 'up from slavery' who survived slavery, developed during slavery, and developed after slavery-all great historical achievements." Wright closes his "Introduction" with the following statement: "A hope of this book is that it will get even more Black intellectuals to hear the historical beckoning by Blacks and America, and to hear what might also be called 'the beckoning of the times.'" Book jacket.



Africana Studies

Africana Studies Author Mario Joaquim Azevedo
ISBN-10 089089485X
Release 2005-01-01
Pages 582
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The new edition of Africana Studies: A Survey of Africa and the African Diaspora is an update of the second edition (1998) and incorporates new chapters that include expanded coverage of issues on women, health, terrorism, the African Union, and many others, as well as the most recent theories and methods in Africana studies. To date, Africana Studies remains the most comprehensive and most suitable text for both teachers and students interested in Africa and the Diaspora in the US, the Caribbean, Afro-Latin-America, and elsewhere.The book is divided into five parts: the state of the art of Africana studies; the evolution of the history of black people; analysis of the contributions of the black world; the present and future status of these peoples; and the societies and values of black people. The book also includes a chronology of significant events in the history of peoples of African descent and a number of maps.



Nothing But Love in God s Water Black sacred music from the Civil War to the Civil Rights Movement

Nothing But Love in God s Water  Black sacred music from the Civil War to the Civil Rights Movement Author Bob Darden
ISBN-10 MINN:31951D037944917
Release 2014
Pages 224
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"The first of two volumes chronicling the history and role of music in the African-American experience. Explains the historical significance of song and illustrates how music influenced the Civil Rights Movement"--Provided by publisher, Volume I.



American Civil War

American Civil War Author Steven E. Woodworth
ISBN-10 UCSC:32106019872073
Release 2008
Pages 345
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This volume examines the daily lives of soldiers and families during the Civil War considering the roles and experiences of men, women, and children, black and white, with special sections on religion and popular culture.



Profession 2005

Profession 2005 Author
ISBN-10 0873528921
Release 2005-11-30
Pages 232
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Histoire Sociale

Histoire Sociale Author
ISBN-10 UOM:39015081913082
Release 2000
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