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From Toussaint to Tupac: the Black international since the age of revolution

From Toussaint to Tupac: the Black international since the age of revolution

Wilkins, Fanon Che; Martin, William G., 1952-; West, Michael O. (Michael Oliver)

Book. English.
Published Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, c2009
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Statement of responsibility: edited by Michael O. West, William G. Martin, & Fanon Che Wilkins
ISBN: 0807833096, 0807859729, 9780807833094, 9780807859728
Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. [259]-297) and index.
Physical Description: xiii, 318 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Subject: Internationalism History.; Blacks Politics and government.; Blacks Intellectual life.; Black power History.; African diaspora.

Contents

  1. Contours of the black international; from Toussaint to Tupac / Michael O. West and William G. Martin
  2. The American Revolution and the creation of a global African world / Sylvia Frey
  3. Haiti, I'm sorry; The Haitian Revolution and the forging of the black international / Michael O. West and William G. Martin
  4. Nothing matters but color; transnational circuits, the interwar Caribbean, and the black international / Lara Putman
  5. Providential design; American Negroes and Garveyism in South Africa / Robert Vinson
  6. The Negro question; the communist international and black liberation in the interwar years / Hakim Adi
  7. Waiting for the Black Gandhi; Satyagrahah and black internationalism / Vijay Prashad
  8. The rise and fall of Caribbean black power / Brian Meeks
  9. Merely one link in the worldwide revolution; internationalism, state repression, and the Black Panther party, 1966-1972 / Robyn Spencer
  10. Hip hop's diasporic landscapes of blackness / Marc D. Perry.