The Western Journal of Black Studies

Volume 22, Issue 4



Empirical Approaches to Determining Affect Displayed by Caribbean People For the Works of Caribbean Musicians
Humphrey Regis


Does Affirmative Action for Blacks Har Whites? Some Evidence From the Higher Education Arena
Hugh A. Wilson


Changing the Face of Congress: African-Americans
in the Twenty-First Century
Charles E. Menifield and Frank H. Julian


Afrocuban Religions in Sara Gomez’s One Way or Another
and Gloria Roland’s Oggun
Hasenah Ebrahim


Trouble Man: The Art and Politics of Marvin Gaye
Mark Anthony Neal


The Noyes Academy, 1834-35: The Road to the Oberlin Collegiate Institute and the Higher Education of African-Americans in the Nineteenth Century
Russell W. Irvine and Sonna Zani Dunkerton


Book Reviews

I thought My Soul Would Rise and Fly
Auther: Joyce Henson
Reviewed By: Nancy J. Dawson


Christianity on Trial: African-Amrican Religious Thought Before
and After Black Power

Author: Mark L. Chapman
Reviewed By: Vernon J. Williams




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