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  • Published: Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., c2007.
  • Year Published: 2007
  • Description: viii, 288 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
  • Language: English
  • Format: Book

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  • 0786425407 (softcover)
  • 9780786425402 (softcover : alk. paper)
  • 9780786425402

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Engines of the Black power movement : essays on the influence of civil rights actions, arts, and Islam

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Call number: Black Studies 305.896 En

Available Copies: Downtown 2nd Floor

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The spiral group : defining African American art during the civil rights movement / Sharon Pruitt -- Jazz musicians in Europe : 1919 to 1945 / Larry Ross -- Black power, Chicago politics, and social movements : what have we learned? / Elice Rogers -- A critical assessment of the educational mission and praxis of the Black Arts movement / Andrew P. Smallwood -- The Congressional Black Caucus : Black power realized? / Tanya Y. Price -- Us, Kawaida and the Black liberation movement in the 1960s : culture, knowledge and struggle / Maulana Karenga -- The Black arts movement in Omaha, Nebraska / Alonzo N. Smith -- The role of the Africana writer in an era of struggle : the case of Hoyt W. Fuller and the Black Arts movement, 1961-1981 : a Kawaida-location analysis / Amir M. Abdurahman -- The Nation of Islam : an historiography of pan-Africanist thought and intellectualism / James L. Conyers, Jr -- Understanding Elijah Muhammad / Malachi Crawford -- Noble Drew Ali : an historical perspective / Emerson Mungin -- Islam in the civil rights movement / Saadi A. Simawe -- Pathologies of public housing : an antecedent to crime and delinquency / James Chambers -- Constitutionalism within the political ideologies of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. / Otis B. Grant -- Revising the best western view : civil rights, wilderness, and racial relocation / Steve Andrews -- Guilt by association : women as participants and victims of lynching / Martin D. Lovett.

"Have civil rights for African Americans been furthered, or maintained, in the decades since the Civil Rights movement began? The movement is perceived as having regressed, with issues hidden. With a view to assessing losses and gains, this collection of 17 essays examines the evolution and perception of the African American civil rights movement from inception through today"--Provided by publisher.

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