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  • Tags: Civil rights race and gender

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Provides identity to those who have been participants in Afro-American diaspora, and examines the issues of urban disintegration and rural poverty.

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The message of Bell's book is that "racism is an integral, permanent, and indestructible component of this society." He contends that blacks "are doomed to fail as long as the majority of whites do not see their own well-being threatened by the…

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Traces the career of the congressman from Harlem who became an early spokesman for civil rights but ended his career in political disgrace.

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Steven L. Carter's work on racial preference as told from his own personal experience.

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Profiles the 1960s endeavors of dedicated civil rights activist Hamer. Awards: Christopher.

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Some of us have been here for three hundred years, some for three days. This comment, often repeated by Mexican Americans, affirms their status as one of America's oldest ethnic groups, as well as one of its newest and fastest growing. Not…

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Pulitzer Prize winner Jack Nelson, familiar to millions from TV's Washington Week in Review, is one of America's toughest reporters. For over forty years, he has covered it all, seen it all - and told the truth. One story stands out for him above all…

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Bioraphical work on W.E.B. Du Bois by David L. Lewis.

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Examining the complexities of the problems of black youths from an insider's perspective, an African-American journalist recalls his own troubled childhood, his rehabilitation while in prison, and his successful Washington Post career. Reprint.…

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In 1957 Melba Pattillo turned sixteen. That was also the year she became a warrior on the front lines of a civil rights firestorm. Following the landmark 1954 Supreme Court ruling, Brown v. Board Education, she was one of nine teenagers chosen to…
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