Race Rules: Navigating the Color Line

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INDEX
2 Live Crew, 134
Aaron, Hank, 21
Abacha, Sani, 174
Abdut-Rauf, Mahmoud, 157
Abstinence, sexual, 94
Abu-Jamal, Mumia, 45
Affirmative action, 6, 31, 53, 183
Africa, 74, 87,173-74
AIDS, 40, 87, 94, 106, 207
Akbar, Na'im, 60
Akinwole, Monifa, 194
Alchemy of Race and Rights, The, 213
Ali, Muhammad, 15
Allah, 167, 171, 172
American Civil Liberties Union, 194
American dream, 158, 211
American Historical Review, 64
American Muslim Mission, 171
American Sociological Association, 57
Angelou, Maya, 181
And-Semitism, 114, 182-84
Apollo Theater, 167
Appiah, K. Anthony, 73
Armstrong, Louis, 126, 134
Armstrong, Vanessa Bell, 130
Arsenio Hall Show, 116
"Art Objects," 109
Asante, Molefi, 60
Asian communities, 45
Athie, Mohamed, 174
Athletes, 13-16. See Sports
Atlantic Monthly, 49
Atonement, 181, 184
Aycock, Charles, 219
Babyface, 132, 203
Baker, Anita, 88, 133
Baker, Ella, 195
Baldwin, James, 1, 148
Bambaataa, Afrika, 124
Barry, Marion, 2
Barthes, Roland, 91
Bashir, Khartoum, 174
b-boys, 123, 129
Bebop,129
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 56
Bell Curve, The, 36
Benjamin, Playthell, 111
BET. See Black Entertainment Television
Bethune, Mary McLeod, 195
Bible, 68, 209
Birth of a Nation, 126
Black Atlantic, The, 71
Black church, 77-108, 214-17
Black culture, 2, 46, 51, 55, 60, 87, 128-29, 135-36, 147, 154
Black Entertainment Television (BET), 11-12, 19
Black feminists, 68, 130, 177-82. See also Feminists
Black intellectuals, 46-76, 112, 127-28, 197. Black intellectuals. See also Black public intellectuals
Black leadership, 51-52, 136, 150-95, 197
Black men
black women and, 196-224
masculinity of, 2, 176
sexuality of, 34, 84-87, 204
Black middle class, 186-87
Black Panther Party, 168
Black power movement, 15
Black public intellectuals, 47-76. See also Black intellectuals
Black Reconstruction, 64
Black self-determination, 136, 164
Black separatism, 154-55, 169, 171, 175
Black Spades, 124
Black women, 178, 196-224
achievements of, 195
breast and cervical cancer in, 208
domestic abuse of, 26, 87, 131, 179-80
inequality of, 95
Million Man March and, 175, 180-82
mistreatment of, 151
Nation of Islam and, 176
See also Black feminists
Black youth culture, 109-49. See also Hip-hop culture
Blige, Mary J., 130-32
Blues, 121, 126, 129. See also R&B
Boston, Roxbury, 164-65
Boston Mosque, 166
Boys II Men, 133
Boyz N The Hood, 203
Bronx, 123-24, 164
Brown, James, 42, 112, 120, 131
Brown, Jim, 15
Buddhist spirituality, 70
Bruce, Tammy, 26-27
Bush, George, 159
Bush v. Vera, 220

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