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Journal of African American Studies

Journal of African American Studies 2-3/2018

Issue 2-3/2018

Table of Contents ( 11 Articles )

25-06-2018 | ARTICLES | Issue 2-3/2018

Reconceptualizing Historic and Contemporary Violence Against African Americans as Savage White American Terror (SWAT)

Zoe Spencer, Olivia N. Perlow

09-06-2018 | ARTICLES | Issue 2-3/2018

Missing the Revolution Beneath Their Feet: The Significance of the Slave Revolution of the Civil War to the Black Power Movement in the USA

Errol A. Henderson

21-07-2018 | ARTICLES | Issue 2-3/2018

The Willow Hill Community Education Assessment: Assessing the Education Needs of Children in a Former Slave Community

Moya L. Alfonso, Gayle Jackson, Alvin Jackson, Akrati Gupta, Shannon Antoine-Hardy, Maria I. Olivas

11-08-2018 | ARTICLES | Issue 2-3/2018

Empirical Study of the Application of Double-Consciousness Among African-American Men

Sheena Myong Walker

20-08-2018 | ARTICLES | Issue 2-3/2018

Richard Wright’s Personal and Literary Responses to Jim Crowism

Ahad Mehrvand

22-08-2018 | ARTICLES | Issue 2-3/2018

African Consciousness

Leonard Stone

11-07-2018 | COMMENTARY | Issue 2-3/2018

Slavery: an Excerpt from “The God of the Bible Was an Important Outlet to African Americans During Slavery and Segregation: Freedom Itself Was Important to Americans Because Slavery and Life Are in Contrast”

Nishaun Smith

21-09-2018 | INTERVIEW | Issue 2-3/2018

An Interview with Jose “Cha Cha” Jimenez: Leader of the Young Lords Organization

Judson L. Jeffries

20-08-2018 | BOOK REVIEW ESSAY | Issue 2-3/2018

“The New African Woman”: A Study on Buchi Emecheta’s Destination Biafra as a Personal War for Womanhood

A. Karthika Unnithan, Harini Jayaraman

19-07-2018 | BOOK REVIEW | Issue 2-3/2018

Book Review: Moskowitz, P. (2017). How to Kill a City: Gentrification, Inequality, and the Fight for the Neighborhood

New York, NY: Nation Books. Pages: 272. Price. 18.34 USD (Hard). ISBN 978-1568585239
Rashad Moore

16-08-2018 | BOOK REVIEW | Issue 2-3/2018

Thanks, Obama Sheds Light on Obama’s Presidency

David Litt: Thanks, Obama: My Hopey, Changey White House Years, HarperCollins Publishers, 2017, (ISBN 978-0-06-256845-8) $27.99
Rochelle R. Daniel

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