Why black power? [By] Joseph R. Barndt.

"Joseph R. Barndt writes this book out of his own intense and deeply-felt experience. He has known in his own body the brutality that recrent conflicts on racial issues has brought about. He has also known a 'fantastic array of confrontations with persons ranging from the most adamant of B...

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Main Author: Barndt, Joseph R.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York, Friendship Press [1968]
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Summary:"Joseph R. Barndt writes this book out of his own intense and deeply-felt experience. He has known in his own body the brutality that recrent conflicts on racial issues has brought about. He has also known a 'fantastic array of confrontations with persons ranging from the most adamant of Black Power advocaters to the most violent of white racists.' The book comes out of his attempt to sift the meaning of these experiences which culminated in a year's intense involvement in Chicago's black slums." -- Back cover.
Physical Description:122 pages 18 cm