Item #008240 The Journal of African American History -- vol. 89, no. 2 -- Spring 2004 -- Special Issue: African Americans and the Urban Landscape. Lillian Serece Williams.

The Journal of African American History -- vol. 89, no. 2 -- Spring 2004 -- Special Issue: African Americans and the Urban Landscape

Washington, D.C. Association for the Study of African American Life and History, 2004. Paperback. [2], 93-198, [8] p.; 23 cm. Paperback with illustrated cover. Contents: Introduction: African Americans and the Urban Landscape by Lillian Serece Williams -- "Capital of the Caribbean": The African American-West Indian "Harlem Nexus" and the Transnational Drive for Black Freedom, 1940-1948 by Jason Parker -- Police-Black Community Relations in Postwar Philadelphia: Race and Criminalization in Urban Social Spaces, 1945-1960 by Karl E. Johnson -- The "Not-Buying Power" of the Black Community: Urban Boycotts and Equal Employment Opportunity, 1960-1964 by Stacy Kinlock Sewell -- Latasha Harlins, Soon Ja Du, and Joyce Karlin: A Case Study of Multicultural Female Violence and Justice on the Urban Frontier by Brenda E. Stevenson -- Recognizing Value in African American heritage Objects by Elvin Montgomery. In Near Fine Condition: front cover slightly creased; clean and tight. Near Fine. Item #008240

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