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  • ISBN: 9781620971482
  • ISBN: 1620971488
  • ISBN: 9781620971512
  • ISBN: 1620971518
  • Physical Description: print
    xiii, 144 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm
  • Publisher: New York ; The New Press, [2016]

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (page 136).
Formatted Contents Note: Foreword / Khalil Gibran Muhammad -- Introduction / Sylviane A. Diouf and Komozi Woodard -- The Black Power movement / Peniel E. Joseph -- Testimonies / Emory Douglas and Maulana Karenga -- The Black Power movement, the Black Panther Party, and racial coalitions / Jakobi Williams -- Testimonies / Jose (Cha Cha) Jimenez and Michael James -- Black Power and "education for liberation" / Russell Rickford -- Testimony / Ericka Huggins -- America means prison: political prisoners in the age of Black Power / Dan Berger -- Testimony / Muhammad Ahmad -- The Black Arts movement / James Smethurst -- International dimensions of the Black Power movement / Brenda Gayle Plummer -- Testimonies / Kathleen Neal Cleaver and Sami Shalom Chetrit -- Black Power: the looks / Jeffrey O.G. Ogbar.
Summary, etc.: "Black Power burst onto the world scene in 1966 with ideas, politics, and fashion that opened the eyes of millions of people across the globe. In the United States, the movement spread like wildfire: high school and college youth organized black student unions; educators created black studies programs; Black Power conventions gathered thousands of people from all walks of life; and books, journals, bookstores, and publishing companies spread Black Power messages and imagery throughout the country and abroad. Black Power aesthetics of natural hair and African-inspired fashion, ornaments, and home decor--and the concept that black was beautiful--resonated throughout the country. The black arts movement inspired the creation of some eight hundred black theaters and cultural centers, where a generation of writers and artists forged a new and enduring cultural vision. Published in conjunction with a major 2016 exhibit at New York's Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Black Power 50 includes original interviews with key figures from the movement, essays from today's leading Black Power scholars, and more than one hundred stunning images from the Schomburg's celebrated archives, offering a beautiful and compelling introduction to the history and meaning of this pivotal movement."--
Subject: Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture Exhibitions
Black power United States History Exhibitions
African Americans History 1964- Exhibitions
United States Civilization African American influences Exhibitions
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