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Race man : selected works, 1960-2015

Author: Julian Bond; Jeanne Theoharis; Michael G Long; Douglas Brinkley
Publisher: San Francisco : City Lights Books, [2020]
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Bond, Julian, 1940-2015.
Race man
San Francisco : City Lights Books, [2020]
(DLC) 2019044315
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Julian Bond; Jeanne Theoharis; Michael G Long; Douglas Brinkley
ISBN: 9780872867949 0872867943 9780872867734 0872867730
OCLC Number: 1139030478
Description: xx, 269 pages, 4 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Prefaces The Love Endures by Pamela HorowitzPracticing Dissent by Jeanne Theoharis Editor's Introduction CHAPTER ONEThe Atlanta Student Movement and SNCCThe Fuel of My Civil Rights FireThe Conversation That Started It AllA Student VoiceLet Freedom RingLonnie King Is Acid VictimThe Murder of Louis AllenSNCC and JFKFreedom Summer: What We Are SeekingHow to Remember the Atlanta Student MovementSNCC: Alienated, Paranoid, and Near CollapseSNCC's Legacy CHAPTER TWOVietnam and the Politics of DissentThe Right to DissentI Consider Myself a PacifistMartin Luther King, Jr. and VietnamElijah Muhammad and the 1968 Democratic National ConventionEugene McCarthy and a New PoliticsThe Warfare StateFighting NixonRethinking Violence in AmericaAngela Davis Is a Political PrisonerThe Failure of Kent StateLessons from Vietnam CHAPTER THREETwo Black ColoniesThe Population Bomb as Justification for GenocideEscaping from ColonialismThe United States Is a Colonial SocietyLiberation in Angola and AlabamaSouth Africa: The Cancer on the African Continent CHAPTER FOURNixon and the Death of Youthful ProtestNixon's Black Supporters Should Shuffle OffUncle Strom's Cabin: The Reelection of Richard NixonThe New Civil Rights MovementNixon's Racist Justification of WatergateGeorge Wallace Still Champion of the Politics of RaceBlacks and JewsWhy No Riots?The Death of Youthful ProtestPolitics Matters CHAPTER FIVEUncle Jimmy's CabinCarter Hides His Red NeckElection 76-A Political DiaryWhy I Can't Support Jimmy CarterSNCC Reunites, Carter Is AbsentBlacks Are Politically ImpotentGriffin Bell and the Right to DissentBlacks and Moral SuicideCarter Ignores BlacksPolitical Prisoners in the United StatesCarter's Misguided Fight Against Inflation CHAPTER SIXCivil Rights Milestones Fannie Lou Hamer: Lady in a Homespun DressThe Civil Rights Movement: The Beginning and the EndThe Racial Tide Has Turned Against UsKing: Again a VictimThe 25th Anniversary of Brown: Time to Do for OurselvesE. B. Du Bois and John F. Kennedy-Which Is Greater?Roy Wilkins: A Reasonable Man CHAPTER SEVENOur Long National Nightmare:Reagan, Bush, and the Assault on WomenReagan and South AfricaA New Social Darwinism: The Survival of the RichestReagan's JusticeMy Father and the Death PenaltyNicaragua and ParanoiaThe Break that Never Healed: John Lewis's Painful CriticismOperation Rescue Is No Civil Rights MovementA Kinder, Gentler Nation?My Case Against Clarence ThomasThe Need for More Civil Rights LawsIn Defense of the NAACPDear Michael: Advice for Running for Office CHAPTER EIGHTThe Measure of Men and Racism:Jefferson and King, Clinton and Dole, Farrakhan and SimpsonThe Most Useful Founding FatherRemembering All of Dr. KingBill Clinton and Hope for AmericaFailures: Gingrich and DoleClinton Against DoleGangsta RapLouis Farrakhan Is a Black David DukeThe Unsurprising Acquittal of O. J. SimpsonKing Supported Affirmative ActionKing and the Death Penalty CHAPTER NINEThe George W. Bush Years: The War on Terror and the Fight for Poor Blacks, Women, and LGBT RightsRacial Injustice in the Criminal Justice SystemSocial Security and African AmericansSeptember 11 and BeyondSlavery and TerrorismOur Leaders Are Wrong About the WarThe NAACP and the Right to Reproductive FreedomAre Gay Rights Civil Rights?AIDS Is a Major Civil Rights IssueWhy I Will March for LGBT RightsIn Katrina's WakeWe Must Persevere CHAPTER TENBarack Obama and Ongoing BigotryCivil Rights: Now and ThenWhat Barack Obama MeansHomophobia and Black AmericaSame-Sex Marriage: More than a White IssueReligion-Based Exemptions Discriminate Against LGBT PeopleThe Civil War and the Confederate FlagVoting Rights: Which Side Are You On?Voting Rights Again: The Most Pressing Domestic Issue TodayWe All Must ProtestOur Journey Is Nowhere Near Over Afterword by Douglas BrinkleyAcknowledgments
Other Titles: Works.
Responsibility: Julian Bond ; prefaces by Pamela Horowitz and Jeanne Theoharis ; edited by Michael G. Long ; afterword by Douglas Brinkley.

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