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Provides information on African American life and history, including the unique facets of African American history, including the first major scholarly analysis of the hip hop movement.
Articles from Vol. 80, No. 3, Summer
Baltimore's African Experiment, 1822-1827
Seldom in the histories of the African slave trade, of emigration schemes to transport and relocate former slaves upon Africa's coast, or of American commercial expansion in Africa did American and African components come as closely or interestingly...
Interracial Cooperative Missions among Blacks by Alabama's Baptists, 1868-1882
Students of the African-American interaction with evangelical Christianity have taken pains to point out how slaves transformed the slave-owner's gospel into a litany of liberation and a homily of hope. After emancipation former slaves took "decisive...
"The Morning Cometh": African-American Periodicals, Education, and the Black Middle Class, 1900-1930
It is not known whether J. Max Barber, editor and guiding spirit of the Voice of the Negro, ever read "Shall the Wheels of Race Agitation Be Stopped?" an article written by John Mitchell, Jr., and published in the Colored American Magazine in September...