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Journal of Black Studies back issues
Prophesy and transformation: the contours of Lewis Woodson's nationalism. (19th-century African American nationalist leader)
November 1, 1998... By the time Lewis Woodson had reached his age of majority during the antebellum era, there were a number of influences that permeated his life, contouring and defining his nationalism. Perhaps the most significant influence, which would undergird his spirituality and hence, his nationalist...
European culture in Africa as business: its implications on the development of the human factor.
November 1, 1998... The argument in this article is that Europe and Africa are two distinct, even antagonistic, societies with different histories that have given rise to different beliefs, cultures, and institutions that impart diametrically opposite world outlooks and missions in life to their peoples...
Resurrecting Emmett Till: the catalyst of the modern civil rights movement.
November 1, 1998... In an inside jacket endorsement of my book, Emmett Till: The Sacrificial Lamb of the Civil Rights Movement, one reviewer wrote that Emmett Till was the real catalytic event that unleashed the long inhibited Black rebellion against the viciousness and brutality of White racism. It...
The shifting status of African Americans in the American collective identity.
November 1, 1998... This article examines the change that incurred in the status of African Americans vis-a-vis American collective identity surrounding the civil rights movement. I argue that in terms of different symbolic indicators, African Americas were completely excluded from the American collective...
Interrogating "African development" and the diasporan reality.
November 1, 1998... The "development" obituary has been written if not already read (see also Sachs, 1992). The valorization of international development is today justifiably replaced with the pillorization of so-called development. In fact, it does not require any great sense of intellectual imagination to...