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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jeanne Theoharis; Komozi Woodard; Matthew Countryman
|ISBN:||0312294689 9780312294687 0312294670 9780312294670|
|Contents:||Preface; K.Cleaver Foreword; R.D.G.Kelley Introduction; K.Woodard, J.Theoharis & M.Countryman 'Double V for Victory' Mobilizes Black Detroit, 1941-1948; B.Bates The US Organization, Black Power Politics, and the United Front Ideal in Los Angeles and Beyond; S.Brown University of Michigan: From Protest to Politics: Community Control and the Black Power Movement in Philadelphia, 1965-1970; M.Countryman Social Justice in the City: The Reverend Albert B. Cleage, Jr., and the Rise of a Black Nationalist Coalition in Detroit; A.D.Dillard Radicalism in the late-1960s: A Chapter in the History of the Young Lords Party in New York; J.Fernandez The Right to Shop: Welfare, Consumerism, and Northern Protest; F.Kornbluth Black Revolutionaries on Chicago's West Side: A History of the Illinois Black Panther Party; J.Rice University of Michigan: Prospects for Freedom: African American Political Culture in Oakland from the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters to the Black 'The Nation Makes Me Whole': Women in the Nation of Islam in Oakland, California, 1965-1970; U.Taylor 'I Wish I Was in the South': How Boston's School Desegregation Complicates the Civil Rights Paradigm; J.Theoharis The Search for Resident Power in Baltimore's Public Housing; R.Y.Williams The Dynamics of Black Power in the Newark Convention Movement; K.Woodard Afterword; M.Marable|
|Responsibility:||edited by Jeanne F. Theoharis, Komozi Woodard, and Matthew Countryman.|
"Congratulations to the historians whose essays here expand and reorient the vision of radical black protests and organizing. Freedom North opens a pathway to a more coherent and holistic grasp of