African Americans in the history of mass communication : a reader /

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Clark, Naeemah (Editor, Contributor)
Format: Book
Published: New York : Peter Lang Publishing, Inc., [2014]
Series:Mediating American history ; v. 13.
Table of Contents:
  • Beyond emancipation in the Pacific appeal : a black newspaper on the fringe of Civil War, 1862-1863 / Thomas C. Terry
  • The western outlook : "a journal devoted to the interests of the negro on the Pacific Coast and the betterment of his condition" / Kimberley Mangun
  • The black newspaper in wartime : the transformation of the Iowa bystander / David W. Bulla
  • "Activities among negroes" : race pride and a call for interracial dialogue in California's East Bay region, 1920-1931 / Venise Wagner
  • When Hollywood crossed the color line : Jim Crow movie censors and black audience resistance in Greensboro, North Carolina, 1937-38 / Lorraine Ahearn
  • Insults for sale : the 1957 Memphis newspaper boycott / Thomas J. Hrach
  • Dreaming of a black Christmas and "what is best" for Durham : strategic advocacy during the selective buying campaign / Julie C. Lellis
  • The power of soul brother #1 : James Brown's crusade for societal change / Naeemah Clark
  • Concluding reflections on the research process.