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AFR/HIS 386: Black Power Beyond Borders - Klanderud (Spring 2020)

A Chance to Make Good

A Spirit of Manliness

African Americans and the Mau Mau Rebellion

Antecedents

Atlanta Compromise Speech

'Brown Americans’ fight ‘Brown Japanese’ in the Pacific War

Building a Movement, Fighting the Devil (Chapter Two)

Controlling the Black Body (Chapter Four)

Declaration of Rights of the Negro Peoples of the World

Freedom Riders Inspire New Generation of Arab Protest Leaders

Grassroots Indian Activism: The Red Power Movement in Urban Areas

India's Anti-Obama

Making New Negroes in Cuba: Garveyism as a Transcultural Movement

Making the 1970s

Marcus Garvey and the Politics of Revitalization

One Black Allah: The Middle East in the Cultural Politics of African American Liberation, 1955-1970

Riveting the Sinews of Democracy: Defense Workers and Double V

‘Sea Kaffirs’: ‘American Negroes’ and the Gospel of Garveyism in Early Twentieth-Century Cape Town

Small Change: Why the Revolution Will Not Be Tweeted

Striking for Social Justice: Black Labor and Internationalism on the Waterfronts

Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee Statement of Purpose

The Garveyite Parents of Malcolm X

The Legacy of Ali’s Exile and the Nation of Islam

The Negro's Greatest Enemy

The New Negro of the Pacific: How African Americans Forged Cross-Racial Solidarity With Japan, 1917-1922

The Riddle of the Zoot: Malcolm Little and Black Cultural Politics in WWII

We Changed the World

Women Riot for Jobs: The Politics of Economic Justice

Ya, the Community is the Main Source of Power