3 edition of The Black press found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Carla Mooney|
|Series||Lucent Library of Black history|
|LC Classifications||PN4882.5 M58 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009040774|
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The Black Press addresses the production, distribution, regulation, and reception of black journalism in order to illustrate a more textured public discourse, one that exchanges ideas not just within the black community, but also within the nation at large.
The essays demonstrate that the black press redefined class, restaged race and nationhood, and reset the terms of public conversation, providing a fuller /5(2).
Armistead D. Pride and Clint C. Wilson's history of the Black press in America is a welcome and long overdue study The Black press book the seminal role that the Black press has played in recording American history, in interpreting that history for a predominantly Black audience, and in serving as Black American's Cited by: Soldiers Without Swords: The Black Press.
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It examines the powerful role the black press played in the African American community in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and offers us an opportunity to better define the popular limits and possibilities of manhood during the era of Jim Crow."--Malinda Lindquist, University of Minnesota.
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