Index to Volume 90
   
Number 1-2
Winter-Spring 2005
"Brown v. Board of Education: Fifty Years of Educational Change in the United States, 1954-2004"

 

INTRODUCTION: BROWN V. BOARD OF EDUCATION: FIFTY YEARS OF EDUCATIONAL CHANGE IN THE UNITED STATES
by V.P. Franklin

 

1

“HE SAID HE WOULDN’T HELP ME GET A JIM CROW BUS”: THE SHIFTING TERMS OF THE CHALLENGE TO SEGREGATED PUBLIC EDUCATION, 1950-1954
by Brett Gadsden

 

9

“WE WILL BE READY WHENEVER THEY ARE”: AFRICAN AMERICAN TEACHERS AND THE DESEGREGATION OF THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, 1954-1966
by Sonya Ramsey

 

30

THE LAUNCHING OF THE SIT-IN MOVEMENT: THE ROLE OF BLACK WOMEN AT BENNETT COLLEGE
by Deidre B. Flowers

 

54

FROM DESEGREGATION TO RESESEGREGATION: PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN NORFOLK, VIRGINIA, 1954-2002
by Mary C. Doyle

 

66

TUFTS UNIVERSITY’S INVOLVEMENT IN PUBLIC SCHOOL DESEGREGATION IN BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, 1960-1980
by Amy Rutenberg

 

87

INTEGRATION AND INCLUSION – A TROUBLING NEXUS: RACE, DISABILITY, AND SPECIAL EDUCATION
By David J. Connor and Beth A. Ferri

 

111

DISCOURSES OF DIFFERENCE AND THE OVERREPRESENTATION OF BLACK STUDENTS IN SPECIAL EDUCATION
by Kathy-Anne Jordan

 

133

REPRESENTATIONS OF BROWN V. BOARD OF EDUCATION IN SELECTED EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS
by Gregory Bynum

 

156
BOOK REVIEWS

 

Gregory J.W. Urwin, BLACK FLAG OVER DIXIE: RACIAL ATROCITIES AND REPRIALS IN THE CIVIL WAR
by Christopher M. Span


173

Derek Vaillant, SOUNDS OF REFORM: PROGRESSIVISM AND MUSIC IN CHICAGO, 1863-1935
by Charles Branham


174

Steven D. Classen, WATCHING JIM CROW: THE STRUGGLES OVER MISSISSIPPI TV, 1955-1969
by Stefan Bradley

 

177

Lewis V. Baldwin and Amiri YaSin Al-Hadid, BETWEEN CROSS AND CRESCENT: CHRISTIAN AND MUSLIM PERSPECTIVES ON MALCOLM AND MARTIN
by Mark L. Chapman

 

179

Scot Brown, FIGHTING FOR US: MAULANA KARENGA, THE US ORGANIZATION, AND BLACK CULTURAL NATIONALISM
by Joy Ann Williamson

 

181

Andrew Warnes, HUNGER OVERCOME? FOOD AND RESISTANCE IN TWENTIETH-CENTURY AFRICAN AMERICAN LITERATURE
by Tiffany Flowers

 

183

James Jennings, WELFARE REFORM AND THE REVITALIZATION OF INNER CITY NEIGHBORHOODS
by Lionel Kimble, Jr.

 

184

Elizabeth C. Fine, SOULSTEPPING: AFRICAN AMERICAN STEP SHOWS
by Gloria Harper Dickinson

 

186

Carolyn West, VIOLENCE IN THE LIVES OF BLACK WOMEN: BATTERED BLACK AND BLUE
by Monica A. White

 

188

Abdul Alkalimat, THE AFRICAN AMERICAN EXPERIENCE IN CYBERSPACE: A RESOURCE GUIDE TO THE BEST WEB SITES ON BLACK CULTURE AND HISTORY
by Donna Thompson Ray

 

190

ANNOUNCEMENTS
CARTER G. WOODSON DISINGUISHED LECTURERS, 2004-2005

 

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Number 3
Summer 2005

Special Issue

"The History of Hip Hop"

 

COMMENTARY: SEND IN THE CLOWNS…PLEASE!
by V.P. Franklin

 


INTRODUCTION: HIP HOP IN HISTORY: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE
by Derrick P. Alridge and James B. Stewart

 


MESSAGE IN THE MUSIC: POLITICAL COMMENTARY IN BLACK POPULAR MUSIC FROM RHYTHM AND BLUES TO EARLY HIP HOP
by James B. Stewart

 


FROM CIVIL RIGHTS TO HIP-HOP: TOWARD A NEXUS OF IDEAS
by Derrick P. Alridge

 


OPPOSITIONAL CONSCIOUSNESS WITHIN AN OPPOSITIONAL REALM: THE CASE OF FEMINISM AND WOMANISM IN RAP AND HIP HOP, 1976-2004
by Layli Phillips, Kerri Reddick-Morgan, and Dionne Patricia Stephens

 


IN SEARCH OF THE “REVOLUTIONARY GENERATION”: (EN)GENDERING THE GOLDEN AGE OF RAP NATIONALISM
by Charise Cheney

 


“OF ALL OUR STUDIES, HISTORY IS BEST QUALIFIED TO REWARD OUR RESEARCH”: BLACK HISTORY’S RELEVANCE TO THE HIP HOP GENERATION
by Pero Gaglo Dagbovie

 


BOOK REVIEWS

 

Carol Faulkner, WOMEN’S RADICAL RECONSTRUCTION: THE FREEDMEN’S AID MOVEMENT
by Linda M. Perkins

 

 

Albert G. Miller, ELEVATING THE RACE: THEOPHILUS G. STEWARD, BLACK THEOLOGY, AND THE MAKING OF AFRICAN AMERICAN CIVIL SOCIETY, 1865-1924
by Kennetta Hammond Perry

 

 

Jerry Gershenhorn, MELVILLE HERSKOVITS AND THE RACIAL POLITICS OF KNOWLEDGE
by Vernon J. Williams, Jr.

 

 

Gerald Horne, RACE WAR: WHITE SUPREMACY AND THE JAPANESE ATTACK ON THE BRITISH EMPIRE
by William Banks

 

 

Heather Ann Thompson, WHOSE DETROIT? POLITICS, LABOR, AND RACE IN A NORTHERN CITY
by Lionel Kimble, Jr.

 

 

David L. Chappell, A STONE OF HOPE: PROPHETIC RELIGION AND THE DEATH OF JIM CROW
by Donald Cunnigen

 

 

Dionne Danns, SOMETHING BETTER FOR OUR CHILDREN: BLACK ORGANIZATION IN THE CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS, 1963-1971
by Adah Ward Randolph

 

 

Michael Bonds, RACE, POLITICS, AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDING: THE DISCOLOR OF MONEY
by Max Grinnell

 

 

Gayle T.Tate and Lewis A. Randolph, eds., DIMENSIONS OF BLACK CONSERVATISM IN THE UNITED STATES
by Ellwood Watson

 

 

Magnificent Montague with Bob Baker, BURN, BABY! BURN! THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF THE MAGNIFICANT MONTAGUE
by Korey Bowers Brown

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS