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Black Public History in Chicago characters  104 DuSable Museum of African American History Organizations like the Afro American Heritage Association meanwhile used black public history work to connect radical politics and nationalism Together these people and their projects advanced important ideas about race citizenship education and intellectual labor that paralleled the shifting terrain of mid twentieth century civil right.

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Black Public History in Chicago characters  104 In civil rights era Chicago a dedicated group of black activists educators and organizations employed black public history as than cultural activism Their work and vision energized a black public history movement that promoted political progress in the crucial time between World War II and the onset of the Cold War Ian Rocksborough Smith's meticulous research and adept storytell.

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Black Public History in Chicago characters  104 Ing provide the first in depth look at how these committed individuals leveraged Chicago's black public history Their goal to engage with the struggle for racial euality Rocksborough Smith shows teachers working to advance curriculum reform in public schools while well known activists Margaret and Charles Burroughs pushed for greater recognition of black history by founding the.

  • Hardcover
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  • Black Public History in Chicago
  • Ian Rocksborough-Smith
  • en
  • 03 July 2020
  • 9780252041662