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Black Diplomacy African Americans And The State Department 1945 69

Autor: Michael Krenn
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317475828
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This text covers integration of the State Department after 1945 and the subsequent appointments of Black ambassadors to Third World and African nations. Other topics include: the setbacks during the Eisenhower years and the gains achieved during the Kennedy and Johnson administrations.

Window On Freedom

Autor: Brenda Gayle Plummer
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
ISBN: 9780807854280
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Demonstrates how US foreign policy has been embedded in social, economic and cultural factors of domestic and foreign origin. It argues that the campaign to realize full civil rights for racial and ethnic minorities in the US is best understood in the context of competitive international relations.

American Africans In Ghana

Autor: Kevin K. Gaines
Publisher: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 0807867829
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In 1957 Ghana became one of the first sub-Saharan African nations to gain independence from colonial rule. Over the next decade, hundreds of African Americans--including Martin Luther King Jr., George Padmore, Malcolm X, Maya Angelou, Richard Wright, Pauli Murray, and Muhammad Ali--visited or settled in Ghana. Kevin K. Gaines explains what attracted these Americans to Ghana and how their new community was shaped by the convergence of the Cold War, the rise of the U.S. civil rights movement, and the decolonization of Africa. Kwame Nkrumah, Ghana's president, posed a direct challenge to U.S. hegemony by promoting a vision of African liberation, continental unity, and West Indian federation. Although the number of African American expatriates in Ghana was small, in espousing a transnational American citizenship defined by solidarities with African peoples, these activists along with their allies in the United States waged a fundamental, if largely forgotten, struggle over the meaning and content of the cornerstone of American citizenship--the right to vote--conferred on African Americans by civil rights reform legislation.

The Strange Career Of Porgy And Bess

Autor: Ellen Noonan
Publisher: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 0807837334
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Created by George Gershwin and DuBose Heyward and sung by generations of black performers, Porgy and Bess has been both embraced and reviled since its debut in 1935. In this comprehensive account, Ellen Noonan examines the opera's long history of invention and reinvention as a barometer of twentieth-century American expectations about race, culture, and the struggle for equality. In its surprising endurance lies a myriad of local, national, and international stories. For black performers and commentators, Porgy and Bess was a nexus for debates about cultural representation and racial uplift. White producers, critics, and even audiences spun revealing racial narratives around the show, initially in an attempt to demonstrate its authenticity and later to keep it from becoming discredited or irrelevant. Expertly weaving together the wide-ranging debates over the original novel, Porgy, and its adaptations on stage and film with a history of its intimate ties to Charleston, The Strange Career of "Porgy and Bess" uncovers the complexities behind one of our nation's most long-lived cultural touchstones.

American Politics And The African American Quest For Universal Freedom

Autor: Hanes Walton
Publisher: Longman Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780321104793
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This dynamic and comprehensive text from two nationally renowned scholars has been completely updated and demonstrates the profound influence African American have had on American politics. Through the use of two interrelated themes--the idea of universal freedom and the concept of minority-majority coalitions--the text demonstrates the profound influence African Americans have had on American government and politics. The authors show how the presence of Africans in the United States affected the founding of the Republic and its political institutions and processes from the colonial era to the present. In the quest for their own freedom in the United States, African Americans have universalized, or expanded, the freedoms for all Americans in numerous coalitions with whites--minority-inspired majority coalitions. This is an accessible text for all students.

Brothers And Strangers

Autor: I. K. Sundiata
Publisher: Duke University Press Books
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An account of the rise, fall, and persistence of the 20th century's Black Zionist dream -- the movement's creation of a homeland in Africa.

Total Cold War

Autor: Kenneth Alan Osgood
Publisher: University Press of Kansas
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Looks at how President Eisenhower used propaganda and psychological warfare during the era of the Cold War.