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Living Black history : how reimagining the African-American past can remake America's racial future

Author: Manning Marable
Publisher: New York : Basic Civitas, ©2006.
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"Living Black History reveals the transformative power of the past, and also explores the current fragility of our shared history. From the near disappearance of assassinated NAACP leader, Medgar Evers, from America's history books to the commercialization of the legacy of Malcolm X, too often the truths of the past are obscured by the myths created by politics and commerce. Living Black History is an intellectual  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Manning Marable
ISBN: 0465043895 9780465043897
OCLC Number: 700629319
Description: xxii, 266 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Living Black history : Black consciousness, place, and America's master narrative --
Mapping Black political culture : leadership, intellectuals, and resistance --
Resurrecting the radical Du Bois --
Malcolm X's life-after-death : the dispossession of a legacy --
The unfulfilled promise of Brown : from desegregation to global racial justice.
Responsibility: Manning Marable.
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A superstar scholar reinterprets the historical significance of key figures in African-American history reveals their enduring relevance for a new generation.  Read more...

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