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94th Annual Convention 2009-Sep-30 to 2009-Oct-05
"A War of Color?" African American Takes on the Korean War
"A Woman of This Stamp: Hannah Elias, Interracial Intimacy, and Civil Rights in Early Twentieth-Century New York
"Always a Fight and a Question": Corporate Philanthropy, Community Activism, and Machine Politics in the Long Urban Crisis
"Art Education for Responsible Citizenship: The Educational Philosophy of Aaron Douglas"
"Between Race Riots: African American Encounters with the Everyday Policing of Blackness in the Jim Crow Urban North, 1900-1935"
"Black Nationalism and Triple Oppression: Claudia Jones and African-American Women in American Communism."
"Bound No'th Blues": Chicago's South Side, the First Great Migration, & Jazz, 1915-1930
"But, Where Are You From, From?" Representations of Blackness in the Canadian Multicultural State
"Colored Teachers for the Colored Schools": The Fight for Black Teachers in Baltimore's Public Schools
"Community Organizing, Civil Rights, and the Struggle Against Police Brutality in the San Francisco Bay Area During the 1940s and 1950s"
"Contesting Invisibility: Afro-Ecuadorian Womens Quest for Full Citizenship"
"Defending the Community from the Police: African American Activism and the Prosecution of Police Brutality in 1930s New Orleans"
"Downstate is No Different than Dixie": The Struggle for School Desegregation in Cairo, Illinois, 1949-1954
"Flawed Mirror of Better Things to Come: Revisiting the National Afro-American Council"
"Getting to the Hospital": An Overview of the Winston-Salem Black Panther Party
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A Betrayal of the First Order: Bill Clinton and Welfare Reform
A Drum in Amherst: Drum Magazine and Student-led Art and Activism in the Pioneer Valley
A Glorious Failure: The Economic Determinism of Robert H. Terrell
A Law Unto Themselves: Historical Consequences and Cultural Realities of From the Neglect of Africana Studies in Policymaking Processes
A Long Litigation Movement: School Desegregation in Delaware
A Place for Us: Jeff High and Central Avenue, 1935 - 1955
A Psycho-Historical Analysis of Black Men and Crime in the United States
Suddler, Carl. and Payne, Yasser.
A Social Experiment: FIGHTON, Corporate Responsibility, and the Development of CDCs Rochester, NY, 1965-1975
Abstract: Sexy/Black Part II: The Liberation
Acculturation, Class and Body Image and Black Women Identity
Lee, Dr. Anna.
Activists, Community Builders and Grass Shakers: Black Women in Prince Edward County, the School Crisis and Beyond
Tillerson-Brown, Dr. Amy.
Adella Hunt Logan: The Summation of A Life Should Be More Than Its Death
Administering the Black Image: Julia Baxter and the NAACP's Crusade against Stereotypical Representations
Adventures in Intervention: Pauline Hopkins's Of One Blood
African American Architects
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Before Busing: The Origins of Bostons Civil Rights Movement
Beyond 1968: The 1969 Black Monday Protest in Memphis, Tennessee
Conway, Jr., James.
Bigamy and the World of the Forgotten Castes of Mexico 1650-1800
Vinson III, Ben.
Black Arts Metropolis: Negro Digest, OBAC & Chicago as an Epicenter of the Black Arts Movement, 1961-1969
Black Arts, Black Consciousness, and the Human Potential Movement
Black Body, Black Power: A Survey of Black Revolutionary Dress and the Battleground of Perception
Black Conservatism in the Age of Obama: Crisis or Convergence?
Levy, La TaSha.
Black Diversity and African American Citizenship
Black Feminist Citizenship in the Academy: An Autoethnography of Challenge, Resistance and Negotiation
Cutts, Qiana., Davis, Corrie. and Love, Bettina.
Black Man, White House: The Many Racial Symbolisms of Barack Obama
Black Masculinity Course: An Intersectional Approach
Black Power and Beyond: The Alchemy of Student Activism, Black Power, and Anti-Poverty Protests in 1960s Greensboro, NC.
Black Radical Traditions in the Midwest and the Institutionalization of the Black Arts Movement
Black Response during the Jim Crow Era and the Construction of Colored Huntington, West Virginia.
Black Veterans in the Fight for Equal Rights: From the Civil War to Today
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Caribbean Immigration Policy
Caribbean Passages: Race, Emigration, and Freedom in the Age of Revolution
Caribbean-Americans Push for Political Empowerment in Brooklyn, New York, 1970-2006
Casualties of the Movement: Philanthropic Interests, Financially Factoring SNCC's Decline, and the Six Day War of 1967
Benson II, Richard D..
Cecils City: Integration, Separation, and the Battle over Black Identity
Challenging Jim Crow: The African Universal Black Cross Nurses and The Daughters of Ethiopia
Changing the Color of Poverty: From the Great Depression to the Great Society
Children of Magic City: Coming of Age in Birmingham, 1963
Christian V. Daniels Adair: Identity and Memory Edited Through Oral History
Churches of Freedom, Democracy and Citizenship
Citizen Folk: Anna Julia Cooper on Folklore, Representation, and the Quest for Citizenship
Citizen Reformers: Industrial Education and the Reform of Black Delinquent Girls at the State Industrial Home for Negro Girls at Tipton, Missouri, 1916-1941.
Citizen Self-determination: Community Organizing and a Community Benefits Agreement
Citizenship Given, Citizenship Won: Puerto Ricans in Their Quest for Civil Rights
Citizenship controversies for African Americans in some U.S. Native American nations: an historical context.
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Deals with the Devil: Military Service and Citizenship in Black America
Milburn, Anthony. and Coleman, McGregor.
Defining Citizen/Defining Statesman: From the Reconstruction Acts to the Election of Black Men in Wilmington, North Carolina
Defining Race through Resistance: Cimarronaje and Marronage as Racializing Markers in Colonial Latin America
Desegregation in Cleveland, OH: An Ethnographic Study of Engaged Learning for Black Citizenship
Desperate for Citizenship: The First Generations of Color in Colonial Virginia, 1619-1660
Destabilizing Race Through Performance? The Ethics of Crossing Racial Boundaries in Theater
Developing Methods, Techniques and Strategies for the Survival of Blacks in Higher Education
Diasporic Identity Function
Digitization of the Mississippi Freedom Summer Collection
Johnson, Jacky. and Tzoc, Elias.
Dr. Elizabeth Clark-Lewis
Dr. Helen Dickens and the Quest for Medical Citizenship in Post-WW II Philadelphia
Dr. Pero Dagbovie, Michigan State University
Drawing Generational Lines: Portrait of a Mother-Daughter Relationship in Anne Moody's Coming of Age in Mississippi
Drew Ali's Moorish Science Temple: An Early 20th Century Prescription for African American Citizenship
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Earle E. Thorpe: Constructing Black Psychohistory
Early Black Owned Banks
Elizabeth Cisco and the Struggle against School Segregation in Jamaica, Queens, 1895-1900
Elma Lewis, Cultural Work and Black Community Formation in Boston, 1939-1950
Essence of Complexity: The Irony of the Juke Joint
Ethnomusicological Reflections on Academic Jazz and the Omission and Suppression of Black Culture
Goecke, N. Michael.
Experiencing the African Diaspora: Gerald Horne and the Archive
Exposing Lynching: Televisuality and the Murder of Emmett Till
Eyes on the Archive: An Introduction to the Film and Media Archive, Washington University in St. Louis
Fannie Barrier Williams and the New York Age, 1905-1909
Fighting Hard to be Ignorant: Acting White and the Production of Black Youth Anti-Intellectualism in Mainstream Media
Fighting Over the Future of the Past: History, Memory and Contemporary Black Politics
Fighting for Inclusion: The Political History of Howalton Day School
Former Slaves' Struggles for Citizenship in America: Open Doors for Blacks in the Marshal Service
Fostering Citizenship in a Midwestern Majority Black School District
Frantz Fanons Theory of Revolutionary Humanism: Implications for Decolonization
Free Citizens Before Citizenship: The Maroon Tradition In The United States
Freedom Politics: The Lowndes County Freedom Organization, SNCC, and Radically Democratic Grassroots Politics
Jeffries, Hasan Kwame.
Freedom's Little Lights: Black Panther Youth and the Freedom Struggle in the Bay Area, 19681972
From Chisholm 72 to McKinney 08: African American Women in Electoral Politics Challenging the Non Viable Label
From Secession to Segregation: Walker County Texas, 1860-1900
From Underground to the Motown Sound: One City's African American History
From the African Free Society to Obama Canvassers: Organizing for Citizenship in the United States, 1787 2008
Fulfilling the Promise: African American Educators Teach for Democracy in Jim Crow's South
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Garveys Ghosts: Complicating the Narrative of Declension in UNIA Historiography
Gender and Culture: The Shaping of British Educational Policy in West Africa
Gender, the War on Poverty and Activism for Change
Generations of Warriors: An Analysis of Women in a Gullah Family
Moore, Emily. and Blake, J. Herman.
George Godfrey: A New Type of Manhood
Global Politics: Urban Rebellion and the Quest for Black Citizenship
Globalization and the Transformation of African American Social Class Structure
Great Kids Research Great Schools
Smith, Judith. and Merrill, Dr. Philip.
Ground Zero: Carter G. Woodsons Fight for Citizenship through Educational Curriculum
Harvey Gantt vs Jesse Helms: The 1990 U.S. Senate Race on "Race" and the Fear of Black Dominance in North Carolina Politics
Helen G. Edmonds' Black Republican Party
Higher Education and Democracy: Charles H. Thompson on the Aims of Higher Education, 1932 to 1941
Hip Hop, Obama, and the Question of a Post-Racial America
Hollis F. Price and the Merger of LeMoyne College with Owen Junior College
Hopelessly Separated: The Cleveland NAACP and Black Nationalist Conflict
Hopes and Dreams: How Slaves Raised the First Generation of Free Blacks in America
How African-Americans Use the Metaphysical Terms of Religion (Love, Justice and Power) in the Quest for Citizenship
Hubert Harrison and New Negro Aesthetics
Illusions of Inclusion: Reflections on Lynching, Post-Civil War Reconstruction, and the Dynamics of Americanization/Colonization for Afrikans in the United States
Implicating the Philosophical Genealogy of Nationist Thought in Contemporary Questions of African American Citizenship: Resisting the Teleology of Democratic Liberalism Toward Racism.
International Obama Brand: Barack Obama in Japanese Popular Culture
Jacob Carruthers and Egyptian Hieroglyphs: Innovations and Transformations in the African American Study of Ancient Egypt
Jazz Age Jesus: The Rev. Adam Clayton Powell, Sr., and the Ministry of Black Empowerment
Mitchell, Jr., Vernon.
Jesse, Joe, and Jackie: Racing the Field
John Brown Meets Black Detroit: Militant Afrocentric Resistance in the 19th Century
Just Give Us a Light: Historical Knowledge and Racialized Civic Literacy among Mississippi Black Youths
Laying the Foundation for Citizenship: African Americans in East-Central Indiana
Let Me In, I have the Right to be Here: The Little Rock Nines Fight for Citizenship.
Letitia Woods Brown
Life on the Fast Track: Prioritizing as a Wife, Mother, and Academic
Lift Every Voice and Sing: The Voice and Prophetic Guidance of the NAACP
Lifting Hands, Lifting People
Literacy and Citizenship in 1890s Black-authored Fiction
Locating Black Womens Identity Construction in the Process of Everyday Life
Long-term Teachers, Short-term Rights: Pedagogy and the Reconstruction of the South
Lucky 9s, Nurses, and Singers: Garveyites in Depression Era New York City 1935-1943
Lucy Parsons: More Dangerous than a Thousand Rioters
Malcolm X, Robert F. Williams, and the NAACP
Manhood in the Shape of a Northern Slave Woman: The Case of Silvia Dubois
Martin Luther King Jr., the NAACP, and Revisiting the Black Power Movement
Migrating Subjects, Black Demands: Articulating Black Citizenship in the British Empire
Morongwa Chéry, Tshepo.
Moynihan's Report Examined 50 Years Later - Fulfillment of the American Dream for Black America. Real Jubilation and Joy!
Mrs. Loving and Her Sisters: Recentering the Civil Rights Struggle
NYANSAPO: African Expertise and the Development of Colonial American Economies
Mauer, J. Santiago.
New Afrikan By Grace: The Double Consciousness of RNA-U.S. Citizenship
Nineteenth-century African American Press and the James Somerset Court Case of 1772
No Doubt, Its the Real Thing, Baby: What Condoleezza Rice and Michelle Obama Have in Common
Obama's Blackness, African American Politics, and the Triumph of Neoliberalism
Old Doll: Bajan Freedom Writer
One Bonnet for Wife: Delaware's Free Blacks in Joseph Barker's Negro Ledger
Opening Spaces: Giving Voice to African-American Citizens in a Suburban Southern Town
Opening the Gates: Political Clarity in the Work of College Access Staff
Overlapping Communities: Writing Black Women Muslims into Black Womens Scholarship
Panther Politics: The Black Panther Party and Electoral Politics in Oakland in 1973
Pedagogy of Reclamation: Reevaluating South Carolina's Citizenship Schools for Twenty-First Century Classrooms
Penetrating the Swamp: Responses to Running Away in Eastern North Carolina
Perfecting Degraded Bodies: Slavery, Immigration, and American Gynecology
Cooper Owens, Deirdre.
Pinning Black Women to the Wall: Race, Sex and the World War II Pin-up
Pioneer Sociologists, New York City, and the Founding of the NAACP
Cromartie, J. Vern.
Playing the Game: Reasoning, Resistance, and Sport at the Black College
Polishing the Sapphire: U. S. Black Male Comedians Refashion a Working-class Stereotype of a Black Woman
Prairie Fires: The Midwestern Character of the 1960s Urban Rebellions
Preacher, Pulpit and Performance: Biblical Interpretation and Black Representation in Zora Neale Hurstons Jonahs Gourd Vine
Protest, Power, and Politics for Women Pioneers in the NAACP: Black Womens Leadership in the NAACP as a Catalyst for the Advent of the Shared Governance in Modernity
Dugas, Nzingha Sonya.
Public Policies and College Opportunities: An Analysis of How K-12 Reform, Public Funding Strategies and Race Conscious Initiatives Influence Black Student Representation in Higher Education
Queen Mother Moore and the Quest for World Citizenship
Questions of Race, Revolution and Citizenship in Anna Julia Coopers 1925 Sorbonne Thesis
Race Relations and the Civil Rights Movement in the United States and Australia in the 1950s and 1960s A Comparative Study
Race in American Politics before Obama
Race on Trial: Passing and the Van Houten Case in Boston
Race, Class, Sovereignty, and Citizenship: W. E. B. Du Bois and the Political Philosophy and Economy of (the) Nation
Race, Class, and Revivalism in Los Angeles at the Turn of the Century
Race, Religion and Obama
Race, Sexual Crimes, and African American Professional Athletes: Historical Implications of Interracial Relationships
Bennett, III, Robert.
Reconceptualizing Citizenship: The Fugitive's Legacy
Reconstruction, Citizenship and Sovereignty
Red, Black and New Conceptualizations of Green: Africana Location and Advancement in the Green Economy
Redefining Black Nationalism: W. E. B. Du Bois and Black Reconstruction
Religious Rites and Political Vows: The African Orthodox Church and Garveyites' Battle against Oppression in South Africa
Morongwa Chéry, Tshepo.
Remembering the Promise of the Civil War: African American Women, Memory, and Citizenship
Reverend Fred L. Shuttlesworth's Quest for First-Class Citizenship, on the Streets and in the Supreme Court
Reverend Leon H. Sullivans International Fight for Black Citizenship
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SOLAR Records and the Ohio Connection: From Lakeside to Midnight Star and The Deele
Samuel Walker Houston and the African American Training School at Galilee, 1906-1930
Seeking Citizenship through Community Building: Afro-Rhode Islanders Struggle to Establish and Maintain a Free Black Community, 1780-1831
Seizing Citizenship: Southern Black Women and the Post Emancipation State
Self Identification, Black Farmers and the Right to Vote in Post-Civil War Ohio
Senegalese Immigrant Experiences in the United States
Septima Poinsette Clark's Literacy Pedagogy for Citizenship
Sharing a Community's Legacy: Pasadena Museum of Historys Representations of Pasadena, Californias African American Population
Signifyin' Freedom: Representations of U.S. Citizenship in Southern Hip Hop.
Sketches of Black Internationalism
Skynflectionz: The Performative Process of Becoming Black Woman
Hastings, Rachel N..
Slave Marriage and the Virginia Slave Codes
Slave Resistance to the Georgia Slave Codes
Slave Ship Attempts at Liberation, Mutinies, and Revolts in the Formation of a Culture of Domination and Resistance During the Creation of New World Slavery
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Talitha L. LeFlouria,
Teaching African-American History With Maps
Tenor Roland Hayes and His Quest for Equal American Citizenship
The (Un)Knowledgeable Body: (Il)Literacy, Counter-Narratives, and Octavia Butlers Kindred
The 1958 All African Peoples Conference, Accra, Ghana, and the African Diaspora
The 21st Century Hip-Hop Minstrel Show: Are We Continuing the Blackface Tradition?
The Battle over the Segregated Harriet Beecher Stowe School: Jennie Davis Porter versus the Cincinnati Chapter of the NAACP
The Black Campus Movement: The Case for a New Historiography
The Black Reconstruction of Class Analysis: Du Bois and the Black World School of Political Economy
The Black Stranger: Chaplain Robert Boston Dokes, Black Soldiers, and the Practice of Black Masculinity in World War II
White, Jr., George.
The Caged Panther: The Prison Years of Huey P. Newton
Blake, J. Herman.
The Civil Rights Movement and Desegregation in Huntsville, 1954-1969
The Civil Rights Movement to the Suburbs
The Destruction of a Community Through Imminent Domain Claims: 1960s Toledo, Ohio
The Economic Contributions of Slavery toward making the US a Superpower
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Understanding Citizenship Through Education During the Mississippi Freedom Movement, 1964
United States Policy toward Africa and the Nigerian Civil War: The First Year of the Nixon Administration
Universalism and Early Evolutionism: The Paradoxes of Booker T. Washington Resolved
Upending Old Nassau: African American Student Activism at Princeton University, 1967-1970
Using Democracy as a Tool: Ethel Thompson Overby and Civic Engagement,1912-1947
Ward Randolph, Adah.
Using Oral Storytelling to Present the Quest for Black Citizenship along the Undergroung Railroad
Visual Design and Production Properties of the Second Life Region
Voices of Freedom Summer
Harden, Sarah. and Stankiewicz, Katie.
Walter White, Scientific Racism, and the NAACP Anti-Lynching Campaign
Wandering Through the Wilderness: An African American Family's Journey from Slavery to Citizenship
Wartime Healthcare and Economic Security: African American Women, Nursing, and the Second World War
What can Dance Offer Diaspora?: Black Performativity and the Making of the African Diaspora
What the Negro Wants, a Book Revisited: Fourteen Appeals for Full Citizenship, 1930-1944
When Citizenship and Residency werent Enough: Black, Deaf and Exiled in Washington, DC
Why He didnt Wait: President Barack Obama and the Reconstruction of African American Mens History and Studies
Winning Democracy for the Negro: African American Protest in St. Louis, 1941-1945
Womanist identities in Newton, Massachusetts, 19041920
Hill Butler, Deidre.
Words, Images, Regionalism, and the Question of a Black Nation
Yours for "GREATER WORK IN DETROIT": The Rise of the Detroit Central Youth Council Committee of the NAACP, 1921-1937
94th Annual Convention 2009-Sep-30 to 2009-Oct-05
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