The Western Journal of Black Studies

Volume 24, Issue 2


L. Keita's Request for Further Documentation in his Review of Afrotopia:
The Roots of African-American Popular History

Wilson J. Moses


Place, Politics, and the Performng Arts in the African Diaspora
Rhett Jones


Achieving Authenticity in the Film Ghosts of Mississippi:
Identity and Authorship in Historical Narratives
Andrew Billings


Economic Strategies for African-Americans as We Begin the New Millennium
Basil G. Coley


Christ is Black with a Capital "B":
African-American Christianity and the Black Studies Project

Rupe Simms


The Historical Significance of Sacrificial Ritual: Understanding Violence in the Modern Black Fraternity Pledge Process
Ricky L. Jones


Book Reviews

Thurgood Marshall: American Revolutionary
Author: Juan Williams
Reviewed By: Andrew P. Smallwood

Taboo: Why Black Black Athletes Dominate Sports
and Why We Are Afraid to Talk About It
Author: Jon Entine
Reviewed By: L. Keita




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