The Negro almanac : a reference work on the African American /

From a historical review, through the history of civil rights organizations and growth and population of the black population, to the jazz scene and blacks in the Americas, sub-Saharan Africa, and the western hemisphere

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Other Authors: Ploski, Harry A, Williams, James D. (James De Bois), 1926-1997
Format: Book
Published: Detroit : Gale Research Inc., ©1989
Edition:5th ed
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Table of Contents:
  • Chronology: Historical review
  • Significant documents in African-American history (1688-1989)
  • Growth and distribution of the black population
  • Black family
  • Black worker in the labor movement
  • Black capitlism
  • Employment, unemployment, and the labor force
  • Income, earnings, and incidence of poverty
  • Federal government and assistance programs
  • Perspectives on black education
  • Blacks in Colonial and Revolutionary America
  • Black servicemen and the military establishment
  • Black amateur and professional athlete
  • Black writers, scholars, and poets
  • Black artist
  • Inventors and scientists
  • Black entertainer in the performing arts
  • Black classical musicians
  • Jazz scene
  • Black in films
  • Black press and broadcast media
  • Black religious tradition
  • National black organizations
  • Black woman
  • Prominent black Americans
  • Black firsts
  • Slavery in the Americas
  • Sub-Saharan Africa: Emerging nations
  • Blacks in the western hemisphere