The Black Power revolt : a collection of essays / editor, Floyd B. Barbour.

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Other Authors: Barbour, Floyd B. (Compiler)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Boston : Porter Sargent Publisher, [1968]
Series:Extending horizons books.
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Table of Contents:
  • Letter to Thomas Jefferson, 1791 / Benjamin Banneker
  • Letter from and to slave rebels, 1793
  • The appeal, 1829 / David Walker
  • Turner's confessions, 1831 / Nat Turner
  • Call to rebellion, 1843 / Henry Garnet
  • No progress without struggle!, 1849 / Frederick Douglass
  • Comparing white and black Americans, 1858 / John S. Rock
  • On American democracy, 1860 / Robert Purvis
  • Blood, brand, or liberty, 1880 : editorial from the Chicago conservator
  • Speech, 1889 / John E. Bruce
  • Personal notes, 1893 / W.E.B. Du Bois
  • Philosophy and opinions, 1923 / Marcus Garvey
  • - Power and racism / Stokely Carmichael
  • The social power of the Negro / James P. Comer
  • Black power and the American Christ / Vincent Harding
  • The Negro American : his self-image and integration / Alvin F. Poussaint
  • The crisis which bred Black power / Nathan Wright, Jr.
  • The need for a cultural base to civilrites and Bpower mooments / LeRoi Jones
  • What is Africa to us? / Adelaide Cromwell hill
  • Black power in the international context / Lawrence P. Neal.
  • Negroes with guns / Robert F. Williams
  • The quotable Karenga / Maulana Ron Karenga
  • Riots, revolts, and relevant response / Charles V. Hamilton
  • Programs for Black power / Floyd B. McKissick
  • How White power whitewashes Black power / Nathan Hare
  • The National Conference on Black Power / Chuck Stone
  • Black power
  • right or left? / Julius W. Hobson
  • I learned to feel Black / Jean Smith
  • Needed
  • a new image / Barbara Ann Teer
  • Super Black man / John E. Johnson
  • I was born / Byron Rushing
  • Black women
  • often discussed but never understood / Gwenna Cummings
  • Letters from Mecca / Malcolm X
  • Today / Gaston Neal
  • Black position paper / Adam Clayton Powell
  • letter from Elijah Muhammad
  • statement by the National Committee of Negro Clergymen.