|Introduction: Moving the Race Mountain||1|
|1.||A World Libertarian: John Glover Jackson||20|
|2.||Portrait of a Liberation Scholar: John Henrik Clarke||27|
|3.||A Lifetime of Inquiry: Frank Snowden Jr.||41|
|4.||Writing about African Americans in American History: The Career of John Hope Franklin||63|
|5.||Studies of the African Diaspora: The Work and Reflections of St. Clair Drake||86|
|6.||Blending Scholarship with Public Service: Robert C. Weaver||111|
|7.||Pursuing Fieldwork in African American Communities: Some Personal Reflections of Hylan Lewis||123|
|8.||An Architect of Social Change: Kenneth B. Clark||147|
|9.||Personal Reflections on W. E. B. Du Bois: The Person, Scholar, and Activist, by Herbert Aptheker and Fay Aptheker||158|
|10.||Vindication in Speaking Truth to Power: Herbert Aptheker||193|
|11.||Catching History on the Wing: A. Sivanandan as Activist, Teacher, and Rebel, by Louis Kushnick and Paul Grant||227|
|Conclusion: Of Jim Crow Old and New||243|
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Publication information: Book title: Against the Odds: Scholars Who Challenged Racism in the Twentieth Century. Contributors: Benjamin P. Bowser - Editor, Louis Kushnick - Editor, Paul Grant - Editor. Publisher: University of Massachusetts Press. Place of publication: Amherst, MA. Publication year: 2002. Page number: Not available.
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