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The Resource Contemporary Black thought : the best from the Black scholar, edited by Robert Chrisman & Nathan Hare

Contemporary Black thought : the best from the Black scholar, edited by Robert Chrisman & Nathan Hare

Label
Contemporary Black thought : the best from the Black scholar
Title
Contemporary Black thought
Title remainder
the best from the Black scholar
Statement of responsibility
edited by Robert Chrisman & Nathan Hare
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
DLC
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Black scholar
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Chrisman, Robert
Dewey number
917.3/06/96073
Index
no index present
LC call number
E185
LC item number
.C518
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Hare, Nathan
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • African Americans
  • Blacks
Label
Contemporary Black thought : the best from the Black scholar, edited by Robert Chrisman & Nathan Hare
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Culture: Touré, S.A dialectical approach to culture. Metcalfe, R. The West African roots of Afro-American music. Redmond, E.B. The Black American epic. Wiggins, W.H. Jack Johnson as bad nigger. Jones, L. A Black value system. Hare, N. A study of the Black fighter. Edwards, H. Sources of the Black athlete's superiority.--Family: White, J. Guidelines for Black psychologists. La Rue, L. The Black movement and women's liberation. Staples, R. The myth of the impotent Black male. Davis, A. Reflections on the Black woman's role in the community of slaves. Jackson, J. But where are the men?--Politics: Sundiata, P. Portrait of Marcus Garvey. Stanford, M. Black guerrilla warfare. Nyerere, J. African socialism. West, L. and Divans, K. Prison or slavery? Chrisman, R. Black prisoners, white law. Henderson, L. W.E.B. DuBois: Black scholar and prophet. Allen, R.L. Black liberation and world revolution. Stone C. Black politics.--Economics: Killens, J.O. Black labor and Black liberation. Stone, C. The white foundation's role in Black oppression. Travis, D. The 1972 Homestead act
Control code
000186138
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
xii, 299 p.
Lccn
72089702 //r913
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000186138
  • (OCoLC)00861773
Label
Contemporary Black thought : the best from the Black scholar, edited by Robert Chrisman & Nathan Hare
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Culture: Touré, S.A dialectical approach to culture. Metcalfe, R. The West African roots of Afro-American music. Redmond, E.B. The Black American epic. Wiggins, W.H. Jack Johnson as bad nigger. Jones, L. A Black value system. Hare, N. A study of the Black fighter. Edwards, H. Sources of the Black athlete's superiority.--Family: White, J. Guidelines for Black psychologists. La Rue, L. The Black movement and women's liberation. Staples, R. The myth of the impotent Black male. Davis, A. Reflections on the Black woman's role in the community of slaves. Jackson, J. But where are the men?--Politics: Sundiata, P. Portrait of Marcus Garvey. Stanford, M. Black guerrilla warfare. Nyerere, J. African socialism. West, L. and Divans, K. Prison or slavery? Chrisman, R. Black prisoners, white law. Henderson, L. W.E.B. DuBois: Black scholar and prophet. Allen, R.L. Black liberation and world revolution. Stone C. Black politics.--Economics: Killens, J.O. Black labor and Black liberation. Stone, C. The white foundation's role in Black oppression. Travis, D. The 1972 Homestead act
Control code
000186138
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
xii, 299 p.
Lccn
72089702 //r913
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000186138
  • (OCoLC)00861773

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