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eBook Black Citizenship and Authenticity in the Civil Rights Movement (Routledge Research in Race and Ethnicity) ePub

by Randolph Hohle

  • ISBN: 0415819342
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Randolph Hohle
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (December 19, 2012)
  • Pages: 188
  • ePub book: 1252 kb
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Randolph Hohle questions some of the most basic assumptions about the civil rights movement . Conclusion: Good White Citizenship and the White Response to the Movement. Learn mor. ubject Categories.

Randolph Hohle questions some of the most basic assumptions about the civil rights movement, including the importance of non-violence, and the movement’s legacy on contemporary black politics. Non-violence was the effect of the movement’s emphasis on racially non-threatening good black citizens that, when contrasted to bad white responses of southern whites, severed the relationship between whiteness and good citizenship. About the Originator.

Randolph Hohle questions some of the most basic assumptions about the civil rights movement .

Although the civil rights movement secured new legislative gains and influenced all subsequent social movements, pressure to be good black citizens and the subsequent marginalization of black authenticity have internally polarized and paralyzed contemporary black struggles. This book is the first systematic analysis of the civil rights movement that considers the importance of authenticity, the body, and ethics in political struggles. It bridges the gap between the study of race, politics, and social movement studies.

This book explains the emergence of two competing forms of black political .

This book explains the emergence of two competing forms of black political representation that transformed the objectives and meanings of local action, created boundaries between national and local struggles for racial equality, and prompted a white response to the civil rights movement that set the stage for the neoliberal turn in US policy. Randolph Hohle questions some of the most basic assumptions about the civil rights movement, including the importance of non-violence, and the movement’s legacy on contemporary black politics. File: PDF, . 8 MB. Читать онлайн.

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Randolph Hohle questions some of the most basic assumptions about the civil rights movement, including the importance of non-violence, and the movement's legacy on contemporary black politics.

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Randolph Hohle questions some of the most basic assumptions about the civil . Release Date: May 2015. Publisher: Routledge.

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This book explains the emergence of two competing forms of black political representation that transformed the objectives and meanings of local action, created boundaries between national and local struggles for racial equality, and prompted a white response to the civil rights movement that set the stage for the neoliberal turn in US policy. Randolph Hohle questions some of the most basic assumptions about the civil rights movement, including the importance of non-violence, and the movement’s legacy on contemporary black politics. Non-violence was the effect of the movement’s emphasis on racially non-threatening good black citizens that, when contrasted to bad white responses of southern whites, severed the relationship between whiteness and good citizenship. Although the civil rights movement secured new legislative gains and influenced all subsequent social movements, pressure to be good black citizens and the subsequent marginalization of black authenticity have internally polarized and paralyzed contemporary black struggles. This book is the first systematic analysis of the civil rights movement that considers the importance of authenticity, the body, and ethics in political struggles. It bridges the gap between the study of race, politics, and social movement studies.