Black Resistance Movements in the United States and Africa, 1800-1993: Oppression and Retaliation - African Studies Vol 38 (Hardback)Felton O'Neal Best (editor)
Hardback 344 Pages / Published: 10/07/2001
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This collection of essays focuses on black resistance patterns in literature, humour, art, cinema, history, and science, from the antebellum South to contemporary Brooklyn. Essays include: Elderly Female Slaves of the Antebellum South: Stabilizers and Resisters; Throwing Off the Slaveholder: Free Black Ohioans and the Civil War; Resistance to European Conquest of Africa; "Ode to Ethiopia": Challenging the Color Line Through Alliance Building, Yet Preserving the Soul, the Early Resistance Strategy of Paul Laurence Dunbar; Causes of the Atlanta Riot of 1906; The Protest Against "Insult": Black Soldiers, World War II, and the "War" for "Democracy" at Home; Ambivalent Allies: African Americans and American Jews After World War II; Malcolm X, David Walker and William Lloyd Garrison: Gaining Freedom "By Any Means Necessary"; Resisting European Christianity: The Rise of Black Holiness-Pentecostal Culture in Brooklyn; African-American Humor: Resistance and Retaliation; Completing the Picture: African Americans and Independent Cinema: An Urban Genre Case Study.
Publisher: The Edwin Mellen Press Ltd
Number of pages: 344
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