Black Liberation Without Apology: Reconceptualizing the Black Power Movement

@article{Joseph2001BlackLW,
  title={Black Liberation Without Apology: Reconceptualizing the Black Power Movement},
  author={Peniel E. Joseph},
  journal={The Black Scholar},
  year={2001},
  volume={31},
  pages={19 - 2}
}
scholarship on the Civil Rights, the systemic study of the Black Power era has, until recently, remained elusive for at least four reasons.1 First, the last quarter-century has witnessed a full-scale retreat from the protest politics that were a hallmark of the Civil Rights and Black Power movements. Second, historians and professional scholars have been, for the most part, unwilling to research the movement on it own terms, preferring instead to characterize Black Power as the "evil twin" that… Expand