Against the Odds: Scholars Who Challenged Racism in the Twentieth Century

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NOTES
1
Locke.
2
Klineberg and Clark, Characteristics of the American Negro and Negro Intelligence and Selective Migration.
3
Ibid., “Some Factors Influencing the Remembering of Prose Material.”
4
Bland; Davis.
5
M. Clark.
6
Porter.
7
K. Clark, The Negro Student at Integrated Colleges.
8
Walter.
9
K. Clark and Hopkins, A Possible Reality and A Relevant War against Poverty.
10
K. Clark, The Educationally Deprived and The Pathos of Power.
11
Ibid., The Negro Protest.
12
K. Clark, Bond, and Hatcher, The Black Man in American Politics.

REFERENCES

Bland, Randell. Private Pressure on Public Law. Port Washington: Kennikat Press, 1973.

Bunche, Ralph. An African-American in South Africa. Athens: Ohio University Press, 1938.

Bunche, Ralph. The Political Status of the Negro in the Age of FDR. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1973.

Bunche, Ralph. A World View of Race. Washington, D.C.: Associates in Negro Folk Education, 1936.

Carter, Robert, et al. Equality. New York: Pantheon, 1965.

Clark, Kenneth B. Dark Ghetto. New York: Harper and Row, 1965.

Clark, Kenneth B. The Educationally Deprived: The Potential for Change. New York: MARC, 1972.

Clark, Kenneth B. The Negro Protest: James Baldwin, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Talk with Kenneth B. Clark. Boston: Beacon, 1963.

Clark, Kenneth B. The Negro Student at Integrated Colleges. New York: National Service and Fund for Negro Students, 1963.

Clark, Kenneth B. The Pathos of Power. New York: Harper and Row, 1974.

Clark, Kenneth B. Prejudice and Your Child. Boston: Beacon, 1963.

Clark, Kenneth B., and Jeannette Hopkins. A Possible Reality: A Design for the Attainment of High Academic Achievement for Inner City Students. New York: Emerson Hall, 1972.

Clark, Kenneth B. A Relevant War against Poverty: A Study of Community Action Programs and Observable Social Change. New York: Harper and Row, 1969.

Clark, Kenneth, Julian Bond, and Richard Hatcher. The Black Man in American Politics: Three Views. Washington, D.C.: MARC, 1969.

Clark, M. P. “Changes in Primary Mental Abilities with Age.” Archives of Psychology (1944): 291.

Davis, Michael. Thurgood Marshall: Warrior at the Bar. New York: Carol Publishing, 1992.

Klineberg, O., and K. Clark. Characteristics of the American Negro. New York: Harper and Row, 1944.

Klineberg, O., and K. Clark. Negro Intelligence and Selective Migration. New York: Columbia University Press, 1935.

Klineberg, O., and K. Clark. “Some Factors Influencing the Remembering of Prose Material.” Archives of Psychology (1940): 253.

Locke, Alain. Negro Art: Past and Present. Washington, D.C.: Associates in Negro Folk Education, 1936.

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  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Against the Odds *
  • Introduction - Moving the Race Mountain 1
  • Notes *
  • References *
  • 1 - A World Libertarian 20
  • 2 - Portrait of a Liberation Scholar 27
  • 3 - A Lifetime of Inquiry 41
  • 4 - The Career of John Hope Franklin 63
  • 5 - The Work and Reflections of St. Clair Drake 86
  • 6 - Blending Scholarship with Public Service 111
  • Notes 122
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  • 7 - Some Personal Reflections of Hylan Lewis 123
  • 8 - An Architect of Social Change 147
  • Notes 156
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  • 9 - The Person, Scholar, and Activist 158
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  • 10 - Vindication in Speaking Truth to Power 193
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  • 11 - A. Sivanandan as Activist, Teacher, and Rebel 227
  • References 242
  • Conclusion - Of Jim Crow Old and New 243
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