Renewing Black Intellectual History: The Ideological and Material Foundations of African American Thought

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Index
“ABCs of Child Welfare” (U.S. Child Welfare Department), 169–170
Abernathy, Ralph, 202
Abrams, Ire, 69
Accommodation, 20
Acculturation, 188–189
Affirmative action, 212n51
African Liberation Support Committee (ALSC), 204
“After Garvey—What?” (C. S. Johnson), 116
Agrarian movement, 32–33
Aguilar Free Library, 98–99
Ahmad, Dohra, 84
“Aims and Objects” (M. Garvey), 161
Alabama, 28, 44n20, 48n64, 63
Alger, Horatio, 195
Allen, Robert, 205, 209; Black Awakening in Capitalist America, 207
ALSC. See African Liberation Support Committee
Altshuler, Alan A.: Model Cities, 198
America in Our Time (Hodgson), 197
An American Dilemma (Myrdal), 272
Americanization: of East European Jews, 121n17; and Educational Alliance, 96, 99–100; and Ku Klux Klan, 186
The American Scene (James), 12
America’s Impasse: The Rise and Fall of the Politics of Growth (Wolfe), 197
Anarchism, 101–102
Anglo-conformity, 187; and assimilation, 187; and black nationalism, 185–186, 186–187, 190; and culture, 194; and immigrants, 186–187
Anti-Lynching Bill, 175n11
Anti-Semitism, 97–98
Anzaldúa, Gloria, 222
Arts, 119n2
Assimilability, 292n13
Assimilation, 119n2, 120n7; and Angloconformity, 187; and black nationalism, 190–191; and Chicago school of sociology, 187–189; cycle of, 187; and Educational Alliance, 95–97, 118; partial, 115–116; and Urban League, 95–97, 107, 118. See also Melting pot
Assimilation in American Life (Gordon), 188–189
Atlanta Constitution, 33–34
Atlanta Exposition of 1895, 33–34
Atlantic Monthly, 228
Auletta, Ken, 224
Autobiography: A Soliloquy on Viewing My Life from the Last Decade of Its First Century (Du Bois), 252
Baker, Houston, 72–73
Baker, Richard, 265
Baldwin, William H., Jr., 35
Bambara, Toni Cade, 226
Banner-Haley, Charles, 239
Baraka, Amiri (aka LeRoi Jones), 190, 200– 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 212n75; Home: Social Essay, 234; “The Myth of a Negro Literature,” 234
Barker, Danny, 60–61
Baron de Hirsch Fund, 99, 121n12
Barrelhouse blues, 55–56, 56–57, 58, 72, 74n7. See also Leisure culture; Popular music
Barrelhouses, 59, 70. See also Leisure culture
Baseball, 65–67, 71, 72. See also Leisure culture
Basie, Count, 67–68

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