The Western Journal of Black Studies

Volume 22, Issue 2



The Afrocentric Historical and Linguistic Methods
Clyde A. Winters


The Lynching Massacre of Black and White Soldiers at Fort Pillow,
Tennessee, April 12, 1864
James D. Lockett


African-Americans, Violence, Disabilities, and Public Policy: A Call For a Workable Approach to Alleviating the Pains of Inner-City Life
James F. Anderson, Laronistine Dyson, and Terry Grandison


Intergroup Stereotypes of Working Class Blacks and Whites:
Implications for Stereotype Threat
Yolanda Flores Niemann, Elizabeth O'Connor, and Randall McClorie


Ebonics is Not Black English
Ernie Smith and Karen Crozier


What African-American Noncustodial Fathers Say Inhibits and
Enhances Their Involvement With Children

Jennifer F. Hamer


Ideology, Culture, and the Realities of Racism in the AME Foreign Agenda Toward Events and Issues in Britain and France, 1885–1905
Lawrence S. Little


Book Reviews

Autobiographies of Americans of Color 1980–1984: An Annotated Bibliography
Author: Rebecca Stuhr-Rommereim
Reviewed By: James L. Conyers, Jr.

Contemporary African-American Theatre Afrocentricity
in the Works of Larry Neal, Amiri Baraka, and Charles Fuller
Author: Nilgun Anadolu-Okur
Reviewed By: Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe





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