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CrossRef Google Scholar. With some variations in their arguments and often mindful that some veteran black radicals politically survived the s, these texts view the Cold War as a key turning point in the black freedom movement, see Horne, Black and Red ; Gerald Horne, Communist Front? Norton and Company, Google Scholar. Kevin K. James H. Mary L.
Alan M. Lewis, W. McAdory initially worked as a clerical worker in the SNYC office, where she gained her first experience as a writer.
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Belinda Robnett, How Long? How Long? Athena D. For discussions of more traditionally defined gender roles in black protest movements and masculinist articulations of black freedom during the twentieth century, see Steve Estes, I Am a Man! Ula Y.
Helly and Susan M. Rhonda M. Cooper Papers, Box 4, Esther V. This approach needs serious re-thinking in light of what took place in the later 's with the organization and activity of groups like the Southern Negro Youth Congress that brought both African-American and white workers and students together in the fight for economic and social justice.
With all due credit to the churches which played such a pivotal role in finally winning Blacks their civil rights, the early history involving the Left, workers of both races, and the labor unions must be assimilated into America's memory, for there were important continuities between what they did and the later church-based struggle.
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Many new and young forces have become radicalized in recent weeks by the Ferguson, Missouri killing of 18 year old African-American Michael Brown by a white policeman. The national mass movement now forming against police injustice would greatly benefit from an understanding of how we arrived at this point in our history and a guide as to what to do about it.
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The Jacksons devoted their lives to the struggles for civil and economic rights from the s well into the 21st century. Combining the fight against lynchings and Jim Crow policies in the South with an internationalist understanding that "all men are brothers," the Jacksons' story intertwined with those of such luminaries as Paul and Esther Robeson, W. That history books keep silent about the first SNYC is due to what the author of another of the essays, David Levering Lewis, calls "one of the many casualties of the post war Red scare.
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Too bad the hard cover is so expensive. This is a book that should be passed around to all those rising up against Ferguson-like injustice. Go to Amazon. Back to top.