Race against Empire

Race against Empire

During World War II, African American activists, journalists, and intellectuals forcefully argued that independence movements in Africa and Asia were inextricably linkep to political, economic, and civil rights struggles in the United States. Marshaling evidence from a wide array of international sources, including the black presses of the time, Penny M. Von Eschen offers a vivid portrayal of the African diaspora in its international heyday, from the 1945 Manchester… (more)

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Publisher: Cornell University Press (June 14, 2014)

Parent ISBN: 9780801431975

Page count: 288 pages

Language: English


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