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Black students / Harry Edwards.


New York : Free Press, 1970.
ISBN 9780029090206, 0029090202

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Subjects African American students.
Education, Higher
Education, Higher.
Étudiants noirs -- États-Unis.
Description [22], 234 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Copyright Date 1970.
Notes Bibliography: 11th-12th preliminary pages.
Summary Analysis and discussion of the current black student revolutionary movements which have formed on the college and university campuses of America.
Contents On Malcolm X -- Introduction -- Chapter 1-The Seeds of Revolt: Idealism in the Midst of Systematic Oppression -- Chapter 2-From Idealism to Revolt -- Chapter 3-Redefinition and Reappraisal -- Chapter 4-New Prophets and New Directives -- Chapter 5-The Return to the Campus -- Chapter 6-The Reluctant Revolutionaries -- Chapter 7-Dialogues of Revolt, cooperation, and Apathy -- Chapter 8-Campus Racism, Injustice, and Conflict -- Chapter 9-April, 1969: Confrontation at Cornell -- Chapter 10-The Re-Entry of Whites: From Intruding Samaritans to Allies -- Chapter 11-Future Prognosis and Perspectives -- Conclusion -- Appendix -- Index.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)61802
(OCoLC)ocm00061802
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Edwards, Harry, 1942-
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