95th Annual Convention 2010-Sep-29 to 2010-Oct-04

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Banking as an Ambiguous Undertaking: A Survey of the Nuances, Shortcomings, and Victories of 1930’s Banking in Black Communities
 Allen, Marcus.

Barbershop or Barber Shop?: A Black Commercial Public Sphere
 Mills, Quincy.

Beating the Odds: Successful African American Entrepreneurs in Columbia, Missouri
 Warren, Alisa.

Beyond Other Worldly: The Holiness-Pentecostal Churches of Brooklyn and Economic Success
 Taylor, Clarence.

Bibles, Books, and Businesses: The Rise, Decline, and Rebirth of Nashville’s Jefferson Street.
 Williams Jr, Learotha.

Black American Economic Empowerment and Maria W. Stewart, 1831-1833
 Carson, Jack.

Black Beautification: African American Neighborhood Improvements in St. Louis, Missouri, 1927-1945
 Ward, Donna.

Black Beauty Culture, Activism, and the Politics of Dignity, 1960-2010
 Gill, Tiffany.

Black Bourgeoisie: The Benefits of Black Enterprise in Durham, NC, 1880-1960
 Love, Kali.

Black Community-Building: The Case of Five Points
 Valdez, Juanita.

Black Economic Development and Black Missionaries in West Africa, 1875-1900
 Wade, Evan.

Black Female Entrepreneurship in St. Louis: The Business Career of Annie Turnbo Malone, 1902-1930
 Reese, De Anna.

Black Gated Fences: African American Coastal Communities and the Making of Modern Black Conservatism
 Kahrl, Andrew.

Black Lesbian and Gay Periodicals and “the (White) Gay Community,” 1991-1995
 Palmer, David.

Black Magic Woman: Gender, Ritual, and Power in Africa and the African
 Hanks, Iyelli.

Black Migration to the Frontier: The Longtown Settlement
 Beilke, Jayne.

Black Rage in New Orleans, 1941-2005
 Purnell, Brian., Bradley, Stefan. and Weems, Jr., Robert.

Black Struggle in the Age of McCarthy: the NAACP in the 1950s
 Cobb, Jelani., Makalani, Minkah. and Lloyd, Jermaine.

Black Women in the Cooperative Movement
 Gordon Nembhard, Jessica.

Black Women's Activism Engendering Economic Empowerment in the Civil Rights and Black Power Movements
 Tomlinson, Linda.

Black and More than Black: Oprah Winfrey, Race Neutral Business, and Transcending Blackness
 Campbell, Yuri.

Black and More than Black: Oprah Winfrey, Race-Neutral Business, and Transcending Blackness
 Campbell, Yuri.

Black and White in Conflict: North Carolina Newspaper Coverage of the Greensboro Sit In Movement
 Ward-Johnson, Frances.

Boston’s Black Churches as Community Translators for the Civil Rights Movement, 1960s-1970s
 Jennings, James.

Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? Disparities in Black Wealth as a Function of a Culture of Consumption
 Jefferson, Alphine.

Building Up Storehouses in Heaven: African American Accumulation of Spiritual Capital Throughout the Nadir
 Frazier, Krystal.

Building the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth: Methodism and Economic Empowerment in NIneteenth Century South Carolina
 Powers, Bernard.

Business, Culture, and Power: Kansas City’s Black Professional Class
 Gillis, Delia.
95th Annual Convention 2010-Sep-29 to 2010-Oct-04
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