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Black Power 50

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Edited by Sylviane A. Diouf & Komozi Woodard With a foreword by Khalil Gibran Muhmmamad
£19.99

Black Power burst onto the world scene in 1966 with ideas, politics and fashion that opened the eyes of millions of people across the globe. In the United States, the movement spread like wildfire: high school and college youth organised black student unions; educators created black studies programs; Black Power conventions gathered thousands of people from all walks of life; and books, journals, bookstores and publishing companies spread Black Power messages and imagery throughout the country and abroad. The black arts movement inspired the creation of some eight hundred black theatres and cultural centres, where a generation of writers and artists forged a new and enduring cultural vision. 

Bkack Power 50 includes original interviews with key figures from the movement, essays from today's leading Black Power scholars and over one hundred stunning images from the Schomburg's celebrated archives, offering a beautiful and compelling introduction to this pivotal movement.

Black Power burst onto the world scene in 1966 with ideas, politics and fashion that opened the eyes of millions of people across the globe. In the United States, the movement spread like wildfire: high school and college youth organised black student unions; educators created black studies programs; Black Power conventions gathered thousands of people from all walks of life; and books, journals, bookstores and publishing companies spread Black Power messages and imagery throughout the country and abroad. The black arts movement inspired the creation of some eight hundred black theatres and cultural centres, where a generation of writers and artists forged a new and enduring cultural vision. 

Bkack Power 50 includes original interviews with key figures from the movement, essays from today's leading Black Power scholars and over one hundred stunning images from the Schomburg's celebrated archives, offering a beautiful and compelling introduction to this pivotal movement.