The Concept of Black Power: Its Continued Relevance

  title={The Concept of Black Power: Its Continued Relevance},
  author={Winston A. Van Horne},
  journal={Journal of Black Studies},
  pages={365 - 389}
Black studies as an institutional discipline emerged out of the many sacrifices of passionate, youthful advocates of Black power in the mid- to late 1960s. Today, the term Black power seems almost quaint, although such was assuredly not the case in the 1960s. Black power reverberated in a context of societal tremors as Black people assaulted the ramparts of de jure Jim Crow. De jure Jim Crow did crumble, and over the next two generations, Blacks made considerable societal gains. Still, the… 
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