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ERIC Number: ED142672
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976
Pages: 163
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Black Separatism: A Bibliography.
Jenkins, Betty Lanier; Phillis, Susan
This annotated bibliography on black separatism presents a listing of historical and contemporary writings, including scholarly, journalistic, protest, and polemical documents. It consists of two major sections: Part One pertains to the separatism-integration controversy. It is divided into two chapters, one dealing with historical perspectives and the other with the twenty years since Brown Vs. the Board of Education. Part Two deals with institutional and psychological dimensions. It is organized functionally rather than historically. The topics covered include: (1) individual and collective identity, (2) segregation and desegregation in education, (3) coalitions and alternatives in politics, (4) black enterprise, black workers and income, and (5) religion and race. Within each chapter, selections are listed in alphabetical order by author's last name or by title. The annotations provide a brief summary of the document. Citations followed by an asterisk are annotated in another chapter and can be located by looking up the title in the index. Selections are included in a chapter on a particular historical period not only if they were published during that period but also if they were written about the period later. Name and title indexes are provided. Unpublished items cited such as letters, speeches, and papers are available at the Metropolitan Applied Research Center, Inc. (Author/AM)
Greenwood Press, 51 Riverside Avenue, Westport, Conn. 06880 ($11.00)
Publication Type: Reference Materials - Bibliographies
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