black nationalism in american politics and thought

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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.

Black Visions

Author : Michael C. Dawson
ISBN : 0226138615
Genre : History
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This comprehensive analysis of the complex relationship of black political thought identifies which political ideologies are supported by blacks, then traces their historical roots and examines their effects on black public opinion.

Encyclopedia Of African American Politics

Author : Robert C. Smith
ISBN : 9781438130194
Genre : African Americans
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An A to Z presentation of over 400 articles on African American politics and notable people, from the abolitionist movement to Whitney Young.


Author : Elton C. Fax
ISBN : STANFORD:36105001966931
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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African American Political Thought

Author : Marcus D. Pohlmann
ISBN : 0415942845
Genre : Political Science
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This new collection of articles provides comprehensive coverage of major and minor figures in the history of African American politics, from Colonial America to the present. Organized around pivotal conflicts and debates, this six-volume set includes a vast array of original articles, speeches, statements, and documents from African American thinkers such as Frederick Douglass, W.E.B. Dubois, Langston Hughes, Martin Luther King, Roy Wilkins, Malcolm X, Angela Davis, Booker T. Washington, Elijah Muhammed, Jesse Jackson, and may more.

African American Political Thought Confrontation Vs Compromise From 1945 To The Present

Author : Marcus D. Pohlmann
ISBN : 0415942861
Genre : Political Science
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The writers of the New Testament were largely Jewish and laying the blame for the Holocaust at their feet would be absurd. However, the later cultural origins of anti-semitism means that reading the New Testament after the event calls for a new ethics of interpretation. These essays address this grave issue in detail,

Black Power Ideologies

Author : John Mccartney
ISBN : 1566391458
Genre : Political Science
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In a systematic survey of the manifestations and meaning of Black Power in America, John McCartney analyzes the ideology of the Black Power Movement in the 1960s and places it in the context of both African-American and Western political thought. He demonstrates, though an exploration of historic antecedents, how the Black Power versus black mainstream competition of the sixties was not unique in American history. Tracing the evolution of black social and political movements from the 18th century to the present, the author focuses on the ideas and actions of the leaders of each major approach. Starting with the colonization efforts of the Pan-Negro Nationalist movement in the 18th century, McCartney contrasts the work of Bishop Turner with the opposing integrationist views of Frederick Douglass and his followers. McCartney examines the politics of accommodation espoused by Booker T. Washington; W.E.B. Du Bois's opposition to this apolitical stance; the formation of the NAACP, the Urban League, and other integrationist organizations; and Marcus Garvey's reawakening of the separatist ideal in the early 20th century. Focusing on the intense legal activity of the NAACP from the 1930s to the 1960s, McCartney gives extensive treatment to the moral and political leadership of Martin Luther King, Jr., and his challenge from the Black Power Movement in 1966.

Voices In Black Political Thought

Author : Ricky K. Green
ISBN : 0820472999
Genre : Political Science
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The Black community has historically suffered stasis on the political level. W.E.B. Du Bois originally identified the source of the stasis as a contradiction of political goals within individuals and Black culture. During the last century, the development of African American political organizations has institutionalized this -contradiction of double aims-. That institutionalization is largely due to the energy and resources of two distinct and often contradicting political traditions - Black nationalism and the Black American Jeremiad. It is within a third tradition, Black cultural pluralism, that a possible discourse exists that can address the stasis within the Black community. This book attempts to reconstruct the development of this third tradition and posits it as the most viable source of Black political development."

Against Wind And Tide

Author : Ousmane K. Power-Greene
ISBN : 9781479838257
Genre : History
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Against Wind and Tide tells the story of African American’s battle against the American Colonization Society (ACS), founded in 1816 with the intention to return free blacks to its colony Liberia. Although ACS members considered free black colonization in Africa a benevolent enterprise, most black leaders rejected the ACS, fearing that the organization sought forced removal. As Ousmane K. Power-Greene’s story shows, these African American anticolonizationists did not believe Liberia would ever be a true “black American homeland.” In this study of anticolonization agitation, Power-Greene draws on newspapers, meeting minutes, and letters to explore the concerted effort on the part of nineteenth century black activists, community leaders, and spokespersons to challenge the American Colonization Society’s attempt to make colonization of free blacks federal policy. The ACS insisted the plan embodied empowerment. The United States, they argued, would never accept free blacks as citizens, and the only solution to the status of free blacks was to create an autonomous nation that would fundamentally reject racism at its core. But the activists and reformers on the opposite side believed that the colonization movement was itself deeply racist and in fact one of the greatest obstacles for African Americans to gain citizenship in the United States. Power-Greene synthesizes debates about colonization and emigration, situating this complex and enduring issue into an ever broader conversation about nation building and identity formation in the Atlantic world.

We Who Are Dark

Author : Tommie Shelby
ISBN : 9780674043527
Genre : Social Science
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We Who Are Dark provides the first extended philosophical defense of black political solidarity. Tommie Shelby argues that we can reject a biological idea of race and agree with many criticisms of identity politics yet still view black political solidarity as a needed emancipatory tool. In developing his defense of black solidarity, he draws on the history of black political thought, focusing on the canonical figures of Martin R. Delany and W. E. B. Du Bois.

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