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Proudly we can be Africans : Black Americans and Africa, 1935-1961

James Hunter Meriwether (Author)
In the mid-20th century nations across Africa fought for their independence from colonial forces. By examining black Americans' attitudes toward and responses to these struggles, this work probes the shifting meaning of Africa in the intellectual, political and social lives of African Americans
eBook, English, ©2002
University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, ©2002
History
1 online resource (xi, 336 pages)
9780807860410, 9781469606064, 0807860417, 1469606062
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