From a Black Perspective: Contemporary Black Essays



From a Black Perspective: Contemporary Black Essays

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"From a Black Perspective: Contemporary Black Essays" . Ed. Douglas A. Hughes. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1970. viii+247 pp.

Table of contents

● Preface

● Claude Brown / The Language of Soul
● Kenneth B. Clark / The Invisible Wall
● James Baldwin / Fifth Avenue, Uptown: A Letter from Harlem
● Nathan Hare / Brainwashing of Black Men's Minds
● Nathan Wright, Jr / Knowing the Beauty of What We Are
● John Oliver Killens / Explanation of the “Black Psyche”
● Stokely Carmichael / Power and Racism
● Louis E. Lomax / The Black Muslims
● Malcolm X / The Black Revolution
● LeRoi Jones / The Legacy of Malcolm X, And the Coming of the Black Nation
● William H. Grier and Price M. Cobbs / Black Rage
● Eldridge Cleaver / The White Race and Its Heroes
● Dick Gregory / You Will Know the Truth
● James Farmer / Integration or Desegregation
● Claude M. Lightfoot / The Struggle for Black Power
● Julius Lester / Look Out, Whitey! Black Power's Gon' Get Your Mama
● Devere E. Pentony / The Case for Black Studies
● Julian Bond / A New Vision, A Better Tomorrow
● Martin Luther King, Jr. / A Testament of Hope

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