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Black protest thought in the twentieth century, edited by August Meier, Elliott Rudwick [and] Francis L. Broderick

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Black protest thought in the twentieth century
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Black protest thought in the twentieth century
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edited by August Meier, Elliott Rudwick [and] Francis L. Broderick
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E185.61
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.M514
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1923-2003
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  • Meier, August
  • Rudwick, Elliott M
  • Broderick, Francis L
  • Broderick, Francis L
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The American heritage series, 56
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  • African Americans
  • African Americans
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Black protest thought in the twentieth century, edited by August Meier, Elliott Rudwick [and] Francis L. Broderick
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Expanded and rev. ed. of Negro protest thought in the twentieth century, originally compiled by F.L. Broderick and A. Meier
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Includes bibliographical references
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Contents
  • Continued 2 : Toward Violence : John Lewis : "A trend toward aggressive nonviolent action" / interview, Dialogue Magazine -- Robert F. Williams : for "effective self defense" / The Crusader Monthly Newsletter -- New Roles for Whites : Loren Miller : "farewell to liberals" / The Nation -- Bayard Rustin : "The Negro needs White allies" / Liberation
  • Toward Black Nationlism : Malcolm X v. James Farmer : separation v. integration / debate, Dialogue Magazine -- Malcolm X founds the Organization of Afro-American Unity / Statement of basic aims -- John O. Killens : "we refuse to look at ourselves through the eyes of White America" / "Explanation of the 'Black Psyche, '" The New York Times Magazine -- Toward Economic Solutions : Whitney M. Young, Jr. : for a federal "war on poverty" / Testimony before house subcommittee -- Norman Hill : "we must be concerned with the kind of society for all workers" / Address to CORE Conference -- Toward Political Action : Bayard Rustin : "from protest to politics" / Commentary -- James Farmer : "we must be in a position of power" / Address to CORE Convention
  • The Era of Black Power : The Varieties of Black Power : Julius Lester : "the angry children of Malcolm X" / San Francisco SNCC Bulletin -- Chicago office of SNCC : "we must destroy both racism and capitalism" / The Black Panther Program and Interview with Huey Newton -- Robert S. Browne urges "a formal partitioning of the United States into totally separate and independent nations" / "A Case for Separation" -- James Forman : "we have a chance to help bring this government down" / Manifesto of the National Black Economic Development Conference and Instructions for Radical Delegates at the Conference -- Charles V. Hamilton : building "a new sense of community among black people" / New York Times Magazine -- James Farmer : "develop group pride" and then "cultural pluralism" / Address at Syracuse University
  • Critiques of Black Power : Martin Luther King, Jr. : "we still believe in black and white together" / Look -- The NAACP : "we seek ... the inclusion of Negro Americans in the nation's life, not their exclusion" / Roy Wilkins, Address to NAACP Convention and Crisis Editorials and Roy Wilkins : the case against "black academic separatism" and Roy Wilkins, annual report for 1968 -- Kenneth Clark : "black power is a sour grapes phenomenon" / Address to Association for the Study of Negro Life and History -- Bayard Rustin : "Some black youth today have begun to accept the very worst ideas ... employed by Southern White racists" / News releases, A. Philip Randolph Institute
  • Continued 1 : An NAACP committee calls for "a reformulation of the association's ultimate objectives" / Committee on Future Plan and Program -- Ralph J. Bunche probes the limitations of racial advancement programs / Journal of Negro Education -- A. Philip Randolph calls for a united front / Address to the National Negro Conference -- William H. Hastie sums up the expanded NAACP program / Address to the NAACP Annual Conference
  • World War II : tactics new and old : A. Philip Randolph calls for a march on Washington ; Call to March and address to the policy conference -- Bayard Rustin : " ... a workable and Christian technique for the righting of injustice" / Fellowship -- Core : the principles of nonviolent direct action : CORE Statement of action and CORE Action Discipline -- The Early sit-ins : James Farmer describes CORE's first sit- in / Freedom -- when? -- An Early NAACP college chapter sit-in / Howard University NAACP -- James Farmer on black nationalism "we cannot destroy segregation with a weapon of segregation" / Equality -- Thurgood Marshall explains the NAACP's legal strategy / Address to the NAACP wartime conference -- Willard S. Townsend advocates an alliance with the industrial unions / What the Negro Wants -- Black leaders unite on a wartime protest platform / Walter White and others, "A Declaration by Negro Voters."
  • The Post-War Era : Politics, Direct Action and, and legalism : Henry Lee Moon : the ballot as "The Indispensable Weapon" / Balance of Power : the Negro vote -- A. Philip Randolph urges civil disobedience against a Jim Crow army / Testimony before the Armed Services Committee -- Roy Wilkins sums up NAACP strategy "at the beginning of a new era" / Address to NAACP Convention
  • The Era of Nonviolent Direct Action : Martin Luther King, Jr. : "Our struggle" for "an interracial society based on freedom for all" : "we Negroes have replaced self-pity with self-respect and ... with dignity" ; " ... a nonviolent protest against injustice" -- The Southern Christian Leadership Conference : "the ultimate aim is the 'beloved community'" / This is SCLC -- The New Student Movement : The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee : "nonviolence is the foundation" / "Statement of Purpose," SNCC Conference -- James M. Lawrence, Jr. : "we are trying to raise the 'moral issue'" / Address to SNCC Conference
  • The "Conservative" response : Roy Wilkins : for "shock troops" and "solid legal moves" / Address at Jackson, Mississippi -- Whitney M. Young, Jr. : for protest plus "corrective measures" / Address to National Urban League Conference -- Nonviolent Driect Action at High Tide : Bayard Rustin : "The Great lessons of Birmingham" / Liberation -- Ronnie M. Moore : "We are catching hell down here" / "The Story of Plaquemine" -- Martin Luther King, Jr. : "I have a dream" / Address at March on Washington
  • From Accomodation to Protest : The Philosophy of accomodation : Booker T. Washington's platform of accomodation / The Atlanta Exposition Address -- Booker T. Washington's plan to achieve the rights of citizenship / The Future of the American Negro -- W.H. Councill unites Black nationalism with accomodation to White supremacy / Voice of Missions
  • Philosophies of protest : Support for a boycott of segregated street cars in the south / R.H. Boyd -- Monroe Trotter denounces Booker T. Washington as a traitor to the race : "Why be silent?" ; "Some real Tuskegee gems" / Boston Guardian -- W.E.B. du Bois attacks Washington's policy of "adjustment and submission" / The Souls of Black Folk -- W.E.B. du Bois argues for a college-educated elite / "The Talented tenth" -- W.E.B. du Bois on pan-Africanism : "the problem of the twentieth cantury is the problem of the color-line" / Address of Pan African Conference -- The Niagara movement platform : "we do not hesitate to complain ... loudly and insistently" / Declaration of principles of the Niagara Movement -- W.E.B. du Bois espouses socialism / Horizon -- Founders of NAACP "demand ... that the Constitution be strictly enforced" / Resolutions, National Negro Conference -- W.E.B. du Bois charts a strategy of action / Crisis -- The Amenia Conference adopts a unity platform / Resolutions of the Amenia Conference
  • The Era of Legalism : the 1920s" the NAACP and its critics : The NAACP confronts the post-World War I challenge / Annual Report for 1919 -- A. Philip Randolph and Chandler Owen : a socialist critique in The Messenger : "Our reason for being" ; Capitalism as the cause of lynching ; "Du Bois fails as a theorist" ; "How to stop lynching" / Armed Resistance -- Marcus Garvey : the challenge of black nationalism : "The true solution of the Negro problem" ; The Aims of the universal Negro Improvement Association
  • The 1920s : Cultural nationalism : Langston Hughes on the unique features of Negro life / The Nation -- E. Franklin Frazier on the ambivalence of Negro intellectuals / Ebony and Topaz
  • The Depression : the Search for economic solutions : Negroes in the depression : Ralph J. Bunche describes a direct-action approach to jobs / "The Programs, ideologies, tactics, and achievements of Negro betterment and interracial organizations" -- Angelo Herndon : a black communist tells what the party meant to him / "You cannot kill the working class" -- Black newspaper editors discuss communism / The Crisis -- The Second Amenia Conference urges emphasis on economic problems / Resolutions of Second Amenia Conference -- W.E.B. du Bois and Walter White debate racial separatism / The Crisis -- James Weldon Johnson analyzes ideological alternatives / Negro Americans, What Now?
Dimensions
20 cm
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
lxiv, 648 pages
Lccn
79119007
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00146776
  • (OCoLC)ocm00146776
Label
Black protest thought in the twentieth century, edited by August Meier, Elliott Rudwick [and] Francis L. Broderick
Publication
Note
Expanded and rev. ed. of Negro protest thought in the twentieth century, originally compiled by F.L. Broderick and A. Meier
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Continued 2 : Toward Violence : John Lewis : "A trend toward aggressive nonviolent action" / interview, Dialogue Magazine -- Robert F. Williams : for "effective self defense" / The Crusader Monthly Newsletter -- New Roles for Whites : Loren Miller : "farewell to liberals" / The Nation -- Bayard Rustin : "The Negro needs White allies" / Liberation
  • Toward Black Nationlism : Malcolm X v. James Farmer : separation v. integration / debate, Dialogue Magazine -- Malcolm X founds the Organization of Afro-American Unity / Statement of basic aims -- John O. Killens : "we refuse to look at ourselves through the eyes of White America" / "Explanation of the 'Black Psyche, '" The New York Times Magazine -- Toward Economic Solutions : Whitney M. Young, Jr. : for a federal "war on poverty" / Testimony before house subcommittee -- Norman Hill : "we must be concerned with the kind of society for all workers" / Address to CORE Conference -- Toward Political Action : Bayard Rustin : "from protest to politics" / Commentary -- James Farmer : "we must be in a position of power" / Address to CORE Convention
  • The Era of Black Power : The Varieties of Black Power : Julius Lester : "the angry children of Malcolm X" / San Francisco SNCC Bulletin -- Chicago office of SNCC : "we must destroy both racism and capitalism" / The Black Panther Program and Interview with Huey Newton -- Robert S. Browne urges "a formal partitioning of the United States into totally separate and independent nations" / "A Case for Separation" -- James Forman : "we have a chance to help bring this government down" / Manifesto of the National Black Economic Development Conference and Instructions for Radical Delegates at the Conference -- Charles V. Hamilton : building "a new sense of community among black people" / New York Times Magazine -- James Farmer : "develop group pride" and then "cultural pluralism" / Address at Syracuse University
  • Critiques of Black Power : Martin Luther King, Jr. : "we still believe in black and white together" / Look -- The NAACP : "we seek ... the inclusion of Negro Americans in the nation's life, not their exclusion" / Roy Wilkins, Address to NAACP Convention and Crisis Editorials and Roy Wilkins : the case against "black academic separatism" and Roy Wilkins, annual report for 1968 -- Kenneth Clark : "black power is a sour grapes phenomenon" / Address to Association for the Study of Negro Life and History -- Bayard Rustin : "Some black youth today have begun to accept the very worst ideas ... employed by Southern White racists" / News releases, A. Philip Randolph Institute
  • Continued 1 : An NAACP committee calls for "a reformulation of the association's ultimate objectives" / Committee on Future Plan and Program -- Ralph J. Bunche probes the limitations of racial advancement programs / Journal of Negro Education -- A. Philip Randolph calls for a united front / Address to the National Negro Conference -- William H. Hastie sums up the expanded NAACP program / Address to the NAACP Annual Conference
  • World War II : tactics new and old : A. Philip Randolph calls for a march on Washington ; Call to March and address to the policy conference -- Bayard Rustin : " ... a workable and Christian technique for the righting of injustice" / Fellowship -- Core : the principles of nonviolent direct action : CORE Statement of action and CORE Action Discipline -- The Early sit-ins : James Farmer describes CORE's first sit- in / Freedom -- when? -- An Early NAACP college chapter sit-in / Howard University NAACP -- James Farmer on black nationalism "we cannot destroy segregation with a weapon of segregation" / Equality -- Thurgood Marshall explains the NAACP's legal strategy / Address to the NAACP wartime conference -- Willard S. Townsend advocates an alliance with the industrial unions / What the Negro Wants -- Black leaders unite on a wartime protest platform / Walter White and others, "A Declaration by Negro Voters."
  • The Post-War Era : Politics, Direct Action and, and legalism : Henry Lee Moon : the ballot as "The Indispensable Weapon" / Balance of Power : the Negro vote -- A. Philip Randolph urges civil disobedience against a Jim Crow army / Testimony before the Armed Services Committee -- Roy Wilkins sums up NAACP strategy "at the beginning of a new era" / Address to NAACP Convention
  • The Era of Nonviolent Direct Action : Martin Luther King, Jr. : "Our struggle" for "an interracial society based on freedom for all" : "we Negroes have replaced self-pity with self-respect and ... with dignity" ; " ... a nonviolent protest against injustice" -- The Southern Christian Leadership Conference : "the ultimate aim is the 'beloved community'" / This is SCLC -- The New Student Movement : The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee : "nonviolence is the foundation" / "Statement of Purpose," SNCC Conference -- James M. Lawrence, Jr. : "we are trying to raise the 'moral issue'" / Address to SNCC Conference
  • The "Conservative" response : Roy Wilkins : for "shock troops" and "solid legal moves" / Address at Jackson, Mississippi -- Whitney M. Young, Jr. : for protest plus "corrective measures" / Address to National Urban League Conference -- Nonviolent Driect Action at High Tide : Bayard Rustin : "The Great lessons of Birmingham" / Liberation -- Ronnie M. Moore : "We are catching hell down here" / "The Story of Plaquemine" -- Martin Luther King, Jr. : "I have a dream" / Address at March on Washington
  • From Accomodation to Protest : The Philosophy of accomodation : Booker T. Washington's platform of accomodation / The Atlanta Exposition Address -- Booker T. Washington's plan to achieve the rights of citizenship / The Future of the American Negro -- W.H. Councill unites Black nationalism with accomodation to White supremacy / Voice of Missions
  • Philosophies of protest : Support for a boycott of segregated street cars in the south / R.H. Boyd -- Monroe Trotter denounces Booker T. Washington as a traitor to the race : "Why be silent?" ; "Some real Tuskegee gems" / Boston Guardian -- W.E.B. du Bois attacks Washington's policy of "adjustment and submission" / The Souls of Black Folk -- W.E.B. du Bois argues for a college-educated elite / "The Talented tenth" -- W.E.B. du Bois on pan-Africanism : "the problem of the twentieth cantury is the problem of the color-line" / Address of Pan African Conference -- The Niagara movement platform : "we do not hesitate to complain ... loudly and insistently" / Declaration of principles of the Niagara Movement -- W.E.B. du Bois espouses socialism / Horizon -- Founders of NAACP "demand ... that the Constitution be strictly enforced" / Resolutions, National Negro Conference -- W.E.B. du Bois charts a strategy of action / Crisis -- The Amenia Conference adopts a unity platform / Resolutions of the Amenia Conference
  • The Era of Legalism : the 1920s" the NAACP and its critics : The NAACP confronts the post-World War I challenge / Annual Report for 1919 -- A. Philip Randolph and Chandler Owen : a socialist critique in The Messenger : "Our reason for being" ; Capitalism as the cause of lynching ; "Du Bois fails as a theorist" ; "How to stop lynching" / Armed Resistance -- Marcus Garvey : the challenge of black nationalism : "The true solution of the Negro problem" ; The Aims of the universal Negro Improvement Association
  • The 1920s : Cultural nationalism : Langston Hughes on the unique features of Negro life / The Nation -- E. Franklin Frazier on the ambivalence of Negro intellectuals / Ebony and Topaz
  • The Depression : the Search for economic solutions : Negroes in the depression : Ralph J. Bunche describes a direct-action approach to jobs / "The Programs, ideologies, tactics, and achievements of Negro betterment and interracial organizations" -- Angelo Herndon : a black communist tells what the party meant to him / "You cannot kill the working class" -- Black newspaper editors discuss communism / The Crisis -- The Second Amenia Conference urges emphasis on economic problems / Resolutions of Second Amenia Conference -- W.E.B. du Bois and Walter White debate racial separatism / The Crisis -- James Weldon Johnson analyzes ideological alternatives / Negro Americans, What Now?
Dimensions
20 cm
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
lxiv, 648 pages
Lccn
79119007
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00146776
  • (OCoLC)ocm00146776

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