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Making of Black Revolutionaries

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ISBN-10: 0295976594

ISBN-13: 9780295976594

Edition: 1997

Authors: James Forman, Julian Bond

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Book details

List price: $30.00
Copyright year: 1997
Publisher: University of Washington Press
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 608
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 1.936
Language: English

Julian Bond is the chairman of the NAACP & lives in Washington, D.C.

Foreword
Preface
Letter to My Sisters and Brothers
A Constant Struggle
Driven Insane
Childhood and Coca-Cola
Roots of the Black Manifesto
Ready to Kill
A Family Fight
Dreams and a .38 Cold
Corrupt Black Preachers
You're in the Army Now
Okinawa - A Bad Dream
Feeling Like a New Car
God is Dead: A Question of Power
Keep Your Pride
Time For Action
The great White Rat
Georgia Mae Hard Times
Forgetting the People
Diary of Fayette
Lucretia Collins: "The Spirit of Nashville"
Violence or Nonviolence
The Klan and a Frame-up
The Kissing Case
Robert Williams Versus Roy Wilkins
No Room at the Swimming Pool
Eruption in Newtown
Moment of Death
Strong Black Women
Inside the Monroe Jail
Justice, Monroe Style
A Band of Sisters and Brothers, in a Circle of Trust
Miss Ella Baker
McComb, Mississippi
The Circle Begins
Inside a Cubicle
Albany, Georgia
Attack the Power Center
Broke, Busted, But Not Disgusted
Terror in the Delta
Ulcers and Carnegie Hall
Noes for the Greenwood Jail
Freedom Walk
Betrayal in Birmingham
Selma: Diary of a Freedom Fighter
Machine Guns in Danville
The March on Washington
Americus, Georgia
Selma Freedom Day
The Freedom Vote
The "Big Five" and SNCC
Inside the Mississippi Summer Project
The 1964 Democratic Convention
Profiles in Treachery
African Interlude
Internal Disorder
Power for Black People
Kingston Springs
Black Power Strikes
Dynamite in Philadelphia
The Bureau of Internal Revenue Attacks
Rock Bottom
The Indivisible Struggle
The Arab-Israeli Dispute
Blacks Assume Leadership
The Organization of African Unity
Literation Will Come from a Black Thing
The Black Panther Party
The Black Manifesto
Postscript