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White money/Black power : the surprising history of African American studies and the crisis of race in higher education

Author: Noliwe M Rooks
Publisher: Boston : Beacon Press, ©2006.
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Genre/Form: History
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Rooks, Noliwe M., 1963-
White money/Black power.
Boston : Beacon Press, c2006
(OCoLC)607647131
Online version:
Rooks, Noliwe M., 1963-
White money/Black power.
Boston : Beacon Press, c2006
(OCoLC)608550211
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Noliwe M Rooks
ISBN: 0807032700 9780807032701 9780807032718 0807032719
OCLC Number: 60514948
Description: 213 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: White money/Black power: the Ford Foundation and Black studies --
A story to pass on --
Remembering freedom --
Race, higher education, and the American university --
Rise of the Black student movement --
McGeorge Bundy, the Ford Foundation, and Black studies --
By any means necessary: student protest and the birth of Black studies --
Prelude to strike --
San Francisco State: an unlikely place for a revolution --
The White student protest movement: Port Huron statement --
The strike in black and white --
Cornell University --
Nation building in the belly of the beast --
Race, rebellion, and Black studies --
Structured equality: methodologies of blackness in the early years --
The Ford Foundation and Black studies: the Yale Conference --
McGeorge Bundy and Black power --
Cleveland: background of an election --
Ocean Hill-Brownsville --
Black studies in white and black: the Ford Foundation funds Black studies --
Black studies grant making and the Ford Foundation --
White philanthropy and Black education: an overview --
The first round of grants in Black studies --
Looking back and wondering: surveying the field five years later --
Maybe wrong, but never in doubt --
The legacy in the present --
Travels in time: Black studies, African Americans, and affirmative action --
Ford, Black students, and the post-civil rights era --
Stories from the front lines: African American studies in contemporary America --
Bakke, affirmative action, and higher education, 1970-2003 --
From Black studies to African diaspora studies: a shift in perspective --
Everything and nothing at all: race, Black studies, and higher education today --
Diversity in Black --
Getting there from here: the future of African American studies --
Profiles in diversity in higher education, or, What's race got to do with it?
Responsibility: Noliwe M. Rooks.
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