Black Leadership for Social Change
Greenwood Publishing Group, 2000 - Всего страниц: 242
A wide range of issues are considered in this volume, beginning with the definition of leadership and the concept of Black leadership. Gordon then considers outstanding examples of Black leadership in contemporary America in a variety of fields. Scholars and students in history, political science, and ethnic studies will find this an important resource for understanding Black leadership and its impact on American life.
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The answer is to dislodge the cancer, albatross, and heavy yoke of racism and to pursue and realize full equality as citizens and as human beings. Black leadership is inextricably tied to social change, institutional reform, ...
No other human power can accomplish it. If we but determine it shall be so, it will be so. In putting together this book, I owe many debts to a number of people. First, to my wife Thelma and my four children who have given me the love ...
It is also drawn from the suggestions of my students and colleagues in the Department of African and African- American Studies at the University of Kansas. In the quest for human rights and racial advancement, African Introduction: ...
In the quest for human rights and racial advancement, African -Americans have managed throughout their history to draw their leaders from their own ranks. African- American leaders have always sought diverse ways to overcome the racial ...
Movements of thought and social change cannot be fully understood without some sense of their relation to the theories and practices which explain the phenomenon of human behavior. Jacob U. Gordon Professor and Research Fellow The ...
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Social Movements and Black Leadership
Black Leadership in Education
Black Leadership in Corporate America
Black Leadership in the Community
Black Leadership in the Global Arena
The Future of Black Leadership
Black Leadership in the Nineteenth Century Before the War
Black Leadership in the Nineteenth Century The Civil War and Its Aftermath