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Joseph, Peniel E.

Neighborhood Rebels

Joseph, Peniel E. - Neighborhood Rebels, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction Community Organizing, Grassroots Politics, and Neighborhood Rebels: Local Struggles for Black Power in America
Peniel E. Joseph

2. Malcolm X’s Harlem and Early Black Power Activism
Peniel E. Joseph

3. “Get Up Off of Your Knees!”: Competing Visions of Black Empowerment in Milwaukee during the Early Civil Rights Era
Patrick D. Jones

4. Black Power on the Ground: Continuity and Rupture in St. Louis
Clarence Lang

5. A Campus Where Black Power Won: Merritt College and the Hidden History of Oakland’s Black Panther Party
Donna Murch

6. “W-A-L-K-O-U-T!”: High School Students and the Development of Black Power in L.A.
Jeanne Theoharis

7. “We Were Going to Fight Fire with Fire”: Black Power in the South
Simon Wendt

8. Empowerment, Consciousness, Defense: The Diverse Meanings of the Black Power Movement in Louisville, Kentucky
Tracy E. K’Meyer

9. The Black Arts Movement in Atlanta
James Smethurst

10. Militant Katrina: Looking Back at Black Power
Kent B. Germany

11. The Pursuit of Audacious Power: Rebel Reformers and Neighborhood Politics in Baltimore, 1966–1968
Rhonda Y. Williams

Keywords: History, US History, Cultural History, History of the Americas, Social History, History of Military, Ethnicity Studies

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2010
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Contemporary Black History
Page amount
261 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230102309
Printed ISBN
978-0-230-62077-3

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