Who Set You Flowin'? The African-American Migration Narrative

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Index
Adoyno, Theodor, 151
Alabama, 158
Albertson, Chris, 21, 56
Allen, Lewis, 15
American Hunger, 51, 69, 75, 162
Ames, Jessie Daniel, 25
Ancestor, 4-6, 42, 130, 133, 148, 150, 152, 153, 162, 177-79, 184, 186
in the city, 8, 42, 114-18
in floating blues verse, 56
Malcolm X as, 139-40
migrants as, 195-96
text as, 8, 46
Angelou, Maya, 121, 46
Arrested Development, 139, 148, 178-79
Fads, Dionne, 179
speech, 148, 179
Taree, Aerie, 179
Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man, 25
Autobiography of Malcolm X, 123, 130-39, 214n58
"Avey," 66-67, 209n54
Awkward, Michael, 77, 111, 121, 202n59, 212n30
"Backwater Blues," 21
Baker, Josephine, 156
Baker, Houston, 68, 81, 102-3, 208n54, 210n69
Baldwin, James, 8, 37-40, 46, 87-91, 146, 167, 186, 204n51, 205n53, 213n37, 214n50
on the black church, 87-91
"Down at the Cross," 88
Baraka, Amiri ( Leroi Jones), 18, 24, 52-54, 57, 60, 146, 148, 163, 166-71, 177, 207n26, 216n33
Barker, Donny, 55
Barlow, William, 19, 56, 58
Bambara, Toni Cade, 121
Benston, Kimberly, 166, 167, 168, 216n32
"Big Boy Leaves Home," 29-31
Black Arts Movement, 43, 170
Black Boy, 69, 161
Black family, patriarchal nature of, 37
Black leadership, 132, 134, 138
Black masculinity, 43, 169, 171-78, 214n50
Black Metropolis, 68, 72, 73, 85
Black middle class
Jacob Lawrence on, 197
Malcolm X on, 136
managing migrants, 103
organizations, 103, 106
reaction to migrants, 49, 53, 84-87
service tradition of, 107
Black Power Movement, 11, 40, 43, 46, 119, 123, 169
Black press, 103. See also Chicago Defender
Black women's clubs assisting migrants, 106
Black women writers, 111
black feminist literary movement, 119, 142
Blood, 16, 37, 65
"Blood-Burning Moon," 25-28, 39, 153, 203n33
Blue note, 56
"Blueprint for Negro Writing," 7, 28, 210n82
Blues
lyrics, 19, 22, 106, 202n12
as migrant, 52, 56
Bluest Eye, 102
Billboard, 92, 142
body, 13, 15, 16, 20, 52
attempts to control in the urban setting, 102, 105, 155, 158
focus on in Southern setting, 24-45
Boogie Woogie Blues, 58-59
Bone, Robert, 27
Bonner, Marita, 111-14, 178
Bontemps, Arna, 72
Boston, 83-87, 135-36
"Bourgeoisie Blues," 53, 66
Big Bill Broonzy, 56, 57, 58
Brewster Place
compared to "Seventh Street," 92
maternal nature of, 92

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