CFP: The African American Economic Freedom Struggle from 1975-present
This CFP is for an anthology that covers African American efforts to gain economic power and fight economic inequalities in the post-civil rights era. If you are doing work that addresses these struggles in this time period, please send me your idea.
We already have eight contributors to the volume but we need more in order to make it complete. Topics in the book will include: black independent record labels, Office for Black Community Development, Emergency Land Fund, National Association of Black Journalists, African American women’s labor unions in St. Louis, Concerned Citizens Committee, Jesse Jackson and Operation Push, and the economics of police brutality.
If you have an idea for an essay, please email firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, February 5, 2013
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American Multicultural Studies
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