Children, Race, and Power

Children, Race, and Power

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A portrait of two important black social scientists and a broader history of race relations, this important work captures the vitality and chaos of post-war politics in New York, recasting the story of the civil rights movement.9. Nathan Irvin Huggins, Harlem Renaissance (New York, 1971), 4. 10. James Weldon Johnson, ArHarlem: The Culture Capital, I„ Alain Locke, ed. The New Negro (New York, KBC, interview. 26. Ibid. 27. Ibid. 28. MPC, interview. 29. Notes .

Title:Children, Race, and Power
Author:Gerald Markowitz, David Rosner
Publisher:Routledge - 2013-12-16


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