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Essays on african american history, culture and society / William R Scott

By: Scott, William R [Autor].
Contributor(s): Scott, William R.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Washington, D.C. U.S. Department of State 2005Description: 131 p.Subject(s): LITERATURA NORTEAMERICANA | -- LITERATURA EN INGLES-ENSAYOSDDC classification: 814.0 Summary: THE LONG RUGGED ROAD. Out of Africa. Africa, the slave trade, and the Diaspora. SLAVERY. Creating a biracial society, 1619-1720. Africans in 18th-century North America. In search of freedom: slave life and culture in the antebellum south. Though we are not slave life and culture in the antebellum south. Though we are not slaves, we are nor free: quasi: free blacks in antebellum America. UP FROM SLAVERY. Full of faith, full of hope: Africa-America experience from emancipation to segregation. Blacks in the economy from reconstruction to world war I. Black migration and urbanization, 1900-1940. AFRICAN-AMERICAN IDENTIFY AND CULTURE. Outside the circle: African-American art and the African heritage. The sounds of blackness: African-American music. Black voices: themes in African-American literature. RELIGION, CLASS AND FAMILY. Black religion: core emphases and orientations. From black bourgeoisie to African-American middle class and black, 1957 to the present. The new underclass: concentrated poverty in the post-industrial city. A DREAM DEFERRED. After the movement: African Americans and civil rights since 1970. African Americans and educations since the brown decision: a contextual view. The quest for black equity: African-American politics since the voting rights.
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THE LONG RUGGED ROAD. Out of Africa. Africa, the slave trade, and the Diaspora. SLAVERY. Creating a biracial society, 1619-1720. Africans in 18th-century North America. In search of freedom: slave life and culture in the antebellum south. Though we are not slave life and culture in the antebellum south. Though we are not slaves, we are nor free: quasi: free blacks in antebellum America. UP FROM SLAVERY. Full of faith, full of hope: Africa-America experience from emancipation to segregation. Blacks in the economy from reconstruction to world war I. Black migration and urbanization, 1900-1940. AFRICAN-AMERICAN IDENTIFY AND CULTURE. Outside the circle: African-American art and the African heritage. The sounds of blackness: African-American music. Black voices: themes in African-American literature. RELIGION, CLASS AND FAMILY. Black religion: core emphases and orientations. From black bourgeoisie to African-American middle class and black, 1957 to the present. The new underclass: concentrated poverty in the post-industrial city. A DREAM DEFERRED. After the movement: African Americans and civil rights since 1970. African Americans and educations since the brown decision: a contextual view. The quest for black equity: African-American politics since the voting rights.

Scott, William R 2005 2005

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