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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Bridges and boundaries.
New York : George Braziller, 1992
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jack Salzman; Adina Back; Gretchen Sullivan Sorin
|ISBN:||0807612790 9780807612798 0807612804 9780807612804|
|Notes:||"George Braziller in association with the Jewish Museum, New York."|
|Description:||271 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm|
|Contents:||Parallels and divergences : assimilationist strategies of Afro-American and Jewish elites from 1910 to the early 1930s / David Levering Lewis --
Blacks and Jews in the civil rights movement : the case of SNCC / Clayborne Carson --
Blacks and Jews : the uncivil war / Taylor Branch --
A fear beyond escaping / Irving Howe --
Anti-Negroism among Jews / Louis Harap --
Anti-Semitism among Negroes / L.D. Reddick --
What happens to them happens to me / Abraham J. Heschel --
What happens to them happens to me / Martin Luther King, Jr. --
Candor about Negro-Jewish relations / Kenneth B. Clark --
Negroes and Jews : the new challenge to pluralism / Nathan Glazer --
My Negro problem, and ours / Norman Podhoretz. Negroes and Jews : the two nationalisms and the bloc(ked) plurality / Harold Cruse --
Blacks and Jews : different kinds of survival / Letty Cottin Pogrebin --
Between a rock and a hard place : relationships between Black and Jewish women / Barbara Smith --
A conversation between Cornel West and Michael Lerner --
Bridges and boundaries : a visual essay / Gretchen Sullivan Sorin with Beth Klopott and Julie Reiss --
Historical chronology / Beth Klopott.
|Responsibility:||edited by Jack Salzman with Adina Back and Gretchen Sullivan Sorin.|
Represent the diverse attitudes within the two groups, and reflect the multiple voices that have themselves shaped these attitudes. A visual essay that follows links texts and images of more than one hundred works of art and artifacts, first seen in an exhibit at The Jewish Museum, to explore the historical "places" at which the paths of African Americans and American Jews have crossed in meaningful ways during this century.
- African Americans -- Relations with Jews.
- Jews -- United States -- Politics and government.
- United States -- Race relations.
- United States -- Ethnic relations.
- Ethnic relations.
- Jews -- Politics and government.
- Race relations.
- United States.
- African Americans -- Relations with Jews
- Jews -- Politics and government -- United States
- United States -- Ethnic relations
- United States -- Race relations