Browse by Subject "African Americans"
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(2012-09-18)This study investigates the social, economic and political upheavals caused by the urban rebellions of the 1960s. Using Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Cincinnati, Ohio; and Omaha, Nebraska as case studies, this dissertation argues ...
(2011-05-25)This dissertation examines the decline of public transportation and rise of automobile use in the United States from the perspectives of social and environmental history. Through a case study of Detroit, the dissertation ...
(Graduate School of Library and Information Science and the Department of African American Studies. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 2010)
Resisting Lynching: Black Grassroots Responses to Lynching in the Mississippi and Arkansas Deltas, 1882-1938 (2010-01-06)“Resisting Lynching: Black Grassroots Responses to Lynching in the Mississippi and Arkansas Deltas, 1882-1938” explores the social and cultural history of the black experience of lynching. It highlights the pervasiveness ...
(University of Illinois Printing Services, 2010-05)A booklet about the artist residency of Angela M. Rivers during the month of October 2009, which commemorated the thirty-first anniversary of the mural at Fifth and Park Streets in Champaign.
Social areas and spatial change in the Black community of Chicago: 1950-1960. Occasional publications of the Department of Geography, paper no. 2 ([Urbana] Geography Graduate Student Association, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,, 1972)
(Urbana, Ill. : Center for Advanced Computation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,, 197)
"We cleared the land with our own hands": space and place in African American community building and freedom struggles in the Missouri Bootheel, 1890-1968 (2016-04-22)Scholarship on African American community building and Black freedom struggles has demonstrated the centrality of the Black working class to social, political, and economic transformations in the twentieth-century rural ...