The African-American Odyssey By Darlene Clark Hine

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The African-American odyssey

(By Darlene Clark Hine)

The African-American odyssey

The Struggle Continues,1965-1980

1. More than any other text, The African-American Odyssey illuminates the centered location of African-Americans in U.S. sacrilegious by the article of what it has intended to be black's in America and how African-American history is inseparably woven into the larger context of American history.

2. Martin Luther King Jr. expressed a view that black Americans, as well as other disadvantaged Americans, should be compensated for historical wrongs. In an interview undertook for Playboy in 1965, he said that allocating black Americans only equality could not realistically close the financial gap between them and whites.

3. The Vietnam War glimpsed the largest percentage of blacks ever to assist in an American war. During the size of the U.S. involvement, 1965-69, blacks, who formed 11 per hundred of the American population, made up 12.6 percent of the soldiers in Vietnam.

4. "The African American Odyssey" just got better with the release of the 3rd edition. Updated accounts, in-depth coverage, a broadened focus (the American West, and beyond America), and the wonderfully helpful enclosed text which allows for additional research, all make this a comprehensive volume for any and all students of African American history.

5. The combining of the famous and the unidentified, men and women, North and South, slave and free, supplies for a tapestry that weaves simultaneously both the terror and the triumph of the African American know-how which enabled them to move after the pain to a location of healing hope.

6. The faith-basis for so much of the African American triumph could have been enclosed more comprehensively, though it is more than hinted at in the initial sources covered.

7. from Africa to the 21st years, this book pursues the long and turbulent excursion of ...
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