Continuing perspectives on the Black Diaspora / edited with introductions by Aubrey W. Bonnett and Calvin B. Holder.

Revised edition.
  • Lanham, Maryland : University Press of America, [2009]
  • ©2009
1 online resource (286 p.)


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This volume investigates the often-overlooked African presence in Asia, determining how many of these diasporic populations fared in the context of political independence, globalization / economic marginalization, and the presence of ethnic conflict and institutional racism, even with positive class formations and declining significance of race in other geographical areas.
Revised edition of: Emerging perspectives on the Black diaspora.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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  • Continuing Perspectives on the Black Diaspora; CONTENTS; Acknowledgements; Preface; Introduction; PART I: An Examination of Europe and Asia; 1. The African Presence In Asia, with Special Reference To India; 2. Race, Ethnicity, and Development in the Atlantic World in the New Century; PART II: An Examination of the Caribbean; 3. From Independence to the Twenty-First Century: The Challenges Facing the Commonwealth Caribbean Societies; 4. Being Caribbean: Writing de Caribbean and its Diaspora in the Twenty-first Century; PART III: An Examination of North America-Canada/ U.S.A
  • 5. On The Record: The Testimony of Canada's Black Pioneers, 1783-18656. Race, Racism, and Manifestations of Inequality in Canadian Society; 7. African-Americans and African-West Indians Relations in New York City, 1900-1952: Conflict, Reconciliation and Cooperation; PART IV: Some cultural aspects of the Diaspora; 8. The Notion of Realness in the Success of Tupac Shakur and Bob Marley; 9. "What Happens in Haiti Has Repercussions Which Far Transcend Haiti Itself": Walter White, Haiti and the Public Relations Campaign, 1947-1955; PART V: Institutional Impacts and Adaptations in the Diaspora
  • 10 Media and the Diaspora11. The West Indian Diaspora to the U.S.A: Remittances and Development of the Homeland; NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS; INDEX
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Emerging perspectives on the Black diaspora.
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