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95th Annual Convention 2010-Sep-29 to 2010-Oct-04
TD Jakes, Conspicuous Consumption, and the Production of Christian Masculinity
Tactics and Forces Impacting Survival and Sustainability: The Case of Quincy of Geneva Housing Corporation, Inc, 1988 –present
Thompson, Dr. Christopher.
The African-American Question in the Policy of the Communist International 1919-1943
The Afro-American Agitator: T. Thomas Fortune and Struggle of Historical Memory
The Art of Mentoring: Giving Support to A New Generation of Women In the Corporate Workplace
The Atlanta Life Insurance Company: Beyond the Business, In the Footsteps of Black Wealth
The Black Arts Movement in Nashville, Tennessee
The Black Arts Movement: Creating Liberation Identity and Consciousness
The Black Female Lynch Victim: The Case of Laura Nelson
The Black Female Professoriate At Howard University, 1926-1968
The Blackamerican Church, National Urban League, and Black Economic Empowerment
The Business of Black Death in a Southern City: African American Funeral Homes in Raleigh, NC
The Business of Black Lawyering: Ever Evolving Since 1844
The Desegregation of Bluefield State College
The Economic Impact of Congressional Black Caucus Members in the 110th Congress
Rogers, Ph.D., Dennis.
The Economic Practices of Social Outcasts in Jamaica’s Post-Treaty Context: 1740-1824
Barima, Dr. Kofi.
The Economic and Social Impact of African American Business Women - 1840-1899
The Economics of Social Welfare: White Patrons, Black Donors, and Jane E. Hunter’s Phillis Wheatley Association
The Economics of the "Exoduster" Movement, 1874-1900
The Emergence of a Black Leader during the Age of Jim Crow in North Carolina.
The Family Business: A Cornerstone of the African-American Entrepreneurial Tradition
The Foundation for Community Development and the Creation of Autonomous Protest Groups in North Carolina
The Functions of the History of Science: Melville J. Herskovits on Franz Boas
The Historic Jackson Ward Podcast: A Case Study of Black Businesses in Public History
The Historic Million Woman March: “An Extraordinary Demonstration of Self-Determination, Self- Sufficiency, and Strategic Business Sophistication and All Round Savvy”
Million Woman Movement, Official.
The Ideological Origins of the National Urban League
The Impact of the Economic Development of Petersburg’s African American Communities and the Atlantic World
The Impact that Education and Religion Played in the Plight of African Americans in Gaining Economic Empowerment
The Indian Scottsboro and African American Agency: Utpal Dutt's The Rights of Man/Maanusher Adhikare
The Legacy of C.A. Rawls: Entrepreneurship and Community Empowerment
Bond de Pérez, Zanice.
The Life In-Between: The Economic Quandary of the Mulatto in a New Negro World
The Life and Career of Bishop Henry McNeal Turner
The Link between Economic Freedom and Human Rights
Parker, Keith., Murty, Komanduri. and Wilson, George.
The Lion's Share of Wealth for Black Baltimoreans
The Manden Charter
The Master's Tools Will Never Dismantle The Master's House: 19th Century African American Alternatives to the Capitalist Paradigm
The National Urban League's Role in Developing Disparate Impact Doctrine in Employment Anti-Discrimination Law, 1910-1945
The New Negro Goes to School: Black History and the Negro Renaissance
The Outer Space of Inner Movement: Surface, Depth, and Becoming
The Political Culture of Reconstruction’s New Spaces: The Saloon and Alternative Partisanship in Wilmington, North Carolina, 1869-1870
The Poor People’s Corporation: Economic and Political Empowerment for Freedom
The Popular Economy of Freedom: Cultural Visibility and Black Emancipation in the Early 19th Century
The Psychological Impact of the Declining HBCUs on the Black Community."
Harrison, M. N. Ojinga.
The Psychology and Economic Impact of the Closing of Lorton Prison on Women
The Quilts of Gee's Bend and the Art Market
The Reorganization of the Harriet Beecher Stowe School: Black Vocational Training in Early 20th Century Cincinnati
The Road to ASALH's Centennial and the Imperative of Our Philanthropy
The SNYC: Black Youth Stand Up for Their Community, 1930 - 1950
The Sit-In Movement in Knoxville, Tennessee: A Moderate Pace for a Moderate Place
The Soft Bigotry of Low Regulation: Race and Deregulation since 1980
The Superhero Icon in Black Music amidst the Struggle for Economic Empowerment, 1970 to the 1980s
The Talking Diaspora: Ophelia Settle Egypt’s Interviews with Former Slaves
The UNIA in Denver: Making the National Local
The Urban League of Lincoln, Nebraska
The Women's Division: Domestic Workers and the St. Louis Urban League, 1930-49
The World of Stephanie St. Clair - Harlem Policy Banker
The colored girl must die’: Youth, criminality, and capital punishment in the Carolinas, 1885-1905
This Here Job Don’t Pay Me Much: Black Domestics and their Strategies for Economic Justice
To Go or Not to Go: Proponents and Opponents Toward the Exodusters of 1879-1880
Traditional Culture as a Source of Economic Empowerment for African American Women
Transatlantic Perceptions: Afro-Germans in West Germany and in the U.S., 1962-1970
Jones, S. Marina.
95th Annual Convention 2010-Sep-29 to 2010-Oct-04
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