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245 00 Redefining Black power|h[Axis 360 electronic resource] :
       |breflections on the state of Black America /|cedited by 
       Joanne Griffith. 
260    San Francisco :|bCity Lights Books,|cc2012. 
300    1 online resource (207 p.) 
490 1  Open Media series 
504    Includes bibliographical references. 
505 0  The movement for the expansion and deepening of democracy 
       in America : a conversation of context with Dr. Vincent 
       Harding -- What about the brother at the bottom of the 
       well? : law in the age of Obama with Professor Michelle 
       Alexander -- Dollars and sense? : race, recession and 
       recovery : racial equality and economic parity with Dr. 
       Julianne Malveaux -- Barack Obama, the new crack? : a 
       story of revolution with Ramona Africa -- Probing the 
       president : the media's paralysis of analysis? : race, the
       press and the White House with Linn Washington, Jr -- It 
       matters what needs to be done : politics and green 
       activism with Van Jones -- A quiet victory for emotional 
       justice : the first family and the African American psyche
       with Esther Armah -- Going forward / Joanne Giffith. 
520    "The Obama presidency represents a major milestone in 
       black history and the struggle for political, economic and
       cultural equality in the United States. But how--if at all
       --has the first black presidency helped move things 
       forward for people of color? Has it delivered the 'change 
       we can believe in' and 'deepening of democracy' that 
       communities of color organized around? How has the reality
       and image of a black First Family impacted American 
       culture? What lessons from past struggles can be applied 
       to this unique historical moment to advance multicultural 
       democracy in the U.S.? Starting the exploration of these 
       questions with the voices of past civil rights and black 
       power activists held in the historic Pacifica Radio 
       Archives, BBC journalist Joanne Griffith traveled the 
       country to interview black intellectuals, leaders and 
       activists. The result is a rich and wide-ranging 
       exploration of the hot-button issues facing African 
       Americans today, from religion, law amd media to education
       and the economy, to the ever-shifting meaning of Obama's 
       contribution and impact. Both timely and rich in personal 
       wisdom, Redefining Black Power connects the dots between 
       past civil rights struggles and the future of black civic 
       and cultural life in the United States"--Provided by 
588    Description based on print version record. 
600 10 Obama, Barack. 
600 10 Griffith, Joanne|vInterviews. 
650  0 African Americans|xSocial conditions|y21st century. 
650  0 African Americans|xPolitics and government|y21st century. 
651  0 United States|xRace relations|y21st century. 
651  0 United States|xPolitics and government|y2009- 
655  7 Electronic books.|2local 
700 1  Griffith, Joanne. 
710 2  Baker & Taylor Axis 360 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tRedefining Black power.|dSan Francisco :
       City Lights Books, c2012|z9780872865464|w(DLC)  2011045459
830  0 Open Media book. 
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