African American Leadership : An Empowerment Tradition in Social Welfare History

ISBN-10: 0871013177
ISBN-13: 9780871013170
Edition: 1st 2001
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Description: Introduction and Overview; Victoria Earle Matthews: Residence and Reform; African Americans and Social Work in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1900-1930; Birdye Henrietta Haynes: A Pioneer Settlement House Worker; Margaret Murray Washington: Organizer  More...

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Book details

List price: $47.99
Edition: 1st
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: National Association of Social Workers/N A S W Press
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 240
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.276
Language: English

Introduction and Overview; Victoria Earle Matthews: Residence and Reform; African Americans and Social Work in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1900-1930; Birdye Henrietta Haynes: A Pioneer Settlement House Worker; Margaret Murray Washington: Organizer of Rural African American Women; Marcus Garvey and Community Development via the UNIA; Ida B. Wells-Barnett: An Uncompromising Style; Lawrence A. Oxley: Defining State Public Welfare among African Americans; George Edmund Haynes and Elizabeth Ross Haynes: Empowerment Practice among African American Social Welfare Pioneers; Janie Porter Barrett and the Virginia Industrial School for Colored Girls: Community Response to the Needs of African American Children ; Eugene Kinckle Jones: A Statesman for the Times; Mary Church Terrell and Her Mission: Giving Decades of Quiet Service; Thyra J. Edwards: Internationalist Social Worker; Sarah Collins Fernandis and Her Hidden Work; E. Franklin Frazier and Social Work: Unity and Conflict; Historic Development of African American Child Welfare Services; Traditional Helping Roles of Older African American Woman: The Concept of Self-Help.

About the Editorp. vii
About the Contributorsp. ix
Introduction and Overviewp. xi
Victoria Earle Matthews: Residence and Reformp. 1
African Americans and Social Work in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1900-1930p. 17
Birdye Henrietta Haynes: A Pioneer Settlement House Workerp. 35
Margaret Murray Washington: Organizer of Rural African American Womenp. 55
Marcus Garvey and Community Development via the UNIAp. 75
Ida B. Wells-Barnett: An Uncompromising Stylep. 87
Lawrence A. Oxley: Defining State Public Welfare among African Americansp. 99
George Edmund Haynes and Elizabeth Ross Haynes: Empowerment Practice among African American Social Welfare Pioneersp. 111
Janie Porter Barrett and the Virginia Industrial School for Colored Girls: Community Response to the Needs of African American Childrenp. 123
Eugene Kinckle Jones: A Statesman for the Timesp. 137
Mary Church Terrell and Her Mission: Giving Decades of Quiet Servicep. 153
Thyra J. Edwards: Internationalist Social Workerp. 163
Sarah Collins Fernandis and Her Hidden Workp. 179
E. Franklin Frazier and Social Work: Unity and Conflictp. 189
Historical Development of African American Child Welfare Servicesp. 203
Traditional Helping Roles of Older African American Women: The Concept of Self-Helpp. 215
Indexp. 229
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