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Black Detroit and the rise of the UAW
"For almost two decades, August Meier and Elliott Rudwick have roamed the frontier of Afro-American history, blazing trails that others have followed. This book forges a solid link between race andExpand
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Along the Color Line: EXPLORATIONS IN THE BLACK EXPERIENCE
"Along the Color Line" is a diverse collection of essays by two of the most accomplished historians of the modern African American experience, first published more than a quarter of a century ago.Expand
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Attorneys Black and White: A Case Study of Race Relations within the NAACP
THE civil rights revolution of the 1960s stimulated a critical reevaluation of the roles of whites and blacks in the struggle for racial equality in America. Much of the recent literature hasExpand
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W. E. B. Du Bois and the Atlanta University Studies on the Negro
In 1897, W. E. B. Du Bois was called to Atlanta University by President Horace Bumstead. The young Harvard Ph.D. was employed to supervise the sociology program and to direct a series of conferencesExpand
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FIFTY YEARS OF RACE RELATIONS IN EAST ST. LOUIS: THE BREAKING DOWN OF WHITE SUPREMACY
In 1917 at East St. Louis, Illinois, a community then popularly known as the "industrial offshoot of St. Louis, 1T the bloodiest race riot in twentieth century America took place. Nine whites and atExpand
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