Black nationalism in american history from the nineteenth century to the million man march mark newman published by edinburgh university press considers divergent definitions of black nationalism providing an understanding of the nature of black nationalism. Many adherents to black nationalism assumed the eventual creation of a separate black nation by african americans as an alternative to being assimilated by the american nation which is predominantly white black nationalists sought to maintain and promote their separate identity as a people of black ancestry. Nineteenth century black nationalism was a constellation of competing visions accommodation integration emigration and separatism that generated contradictions in thought and practice unafrican americans through an examination of the biographies and works of influential black. Provides a concise up to date introduction to and overview of black nationalism in american history this analytical introduction assesses contrasting definitions of black nationalism in america thereby providing an overview of its development and varied manifestations across two centuries
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