TOPICS IN AFRO-AMERICAN STUDIES Edited by Dr. Henry J. Richards
Introduction: Black Studies, The Liberal Arts & Academic Standards,
by Dr. Henry J. Richards
What Direction Black Studies?,
by Dr. Donald Henderson
The Relevance of Academic Psychology to the Black Experience,
by Dr. Ross A. Evans.
The Afro-American and Africa: An Historical Perspective,
by Dr. Felix N. Okoye
Black Nationalism: A Response to the Social Consequencies
of Oppression and Racism; A Black Philosophy of Education,
by James Turner.
The Evolution of Black National-Socialist Thought:
A Study of W.E.B. DuBois, by Wilson J. Moses
The Re-Africanization of the Black American,
by Ronald Walters.
The Linguistic Continuity of Africa in the Caribbean,
by Dr. Mervyn Alleyne.
The Language of Black Messianism: The Case of Nat Turner,
by Dr. Arthur L. Smith
Black Renaissance and Negritude,
by Dr. S. Okechukwu Mezu
Notes to Black Americans from African Literature,
by Dr. G. C. M. Mutiso
Pan-Africanism after 1958:
The Traditionalization of a Radical Movement,
by Dr. Uma Eleazu.
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