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The Black strength circulate continues to be an enigma. frequently misunderstood and ill-defined, this radical stream is now commencing to obtain sustained and critical scholarly recognition. Peniel Joseph has accrued the most up to date and such a lot awesome record of individuals round to jot down unique essays at the Black energy circulate. Taken jointly they supply a severe and masses wanted ancient evaluation of the Black energy period. providing vital examples of undocumented histories of black liberation, this quantity deals either strong and poignant examples of 'Black energy experiences' scholarship.

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S. society. PreWatts activism is treated largely as middle-class activism that is then 32 JEANNE THEOHARIS rebuked by the poor who rise up in 1965. While drawing attention to the weight of structural problems unaddressed by the city, these works largely maintain a notion of “black community transformation” which produced an alienated class of people estranged from political action. This scholarship perpetuates a linear trajectory and stark break between civil rights and Black Power. It misses the robust complexities of ground-level activism, the connections in movement goals and in the ideological critique of racial liberalism that spanned both periods, and the opportunity to reperiodize and reformulate notions of the black freedom struggle and postwar American politics more generally.

Despite the spurt of new works on Black Power, the movement’s origins have not been documented in a satisfying manner. Perhaps surprisingly, even the era’s iconic activists have, with notable exceptions, yet to be accorded substantive historical analysis. 74 Of course, this will still tell us only part of the story. Local studies of Black Power activists who fit outside of conventional historical interpretations—faceless and unglamorous, women and men, multiracial and multiethnic, middleaged and senior citizens, southern and international—will go a long way toward providing a more accurate picture of the movement’s scope and depth.

77 Despite the Board’s claims that Jordan and South Gate were simply “neighborhood schools,” many black students lived closer to South Gate than Jordan, and many whites to Jordan rather than South Gate. Black community leaders pressed the Board to rezone using only commuting distance as the determinant. Tackett explained, “The education at South Gate was so much better, there was no comparison. 78 Jordan High School was also located on its own eastern boundary line, next to a group of junkyards, and community leaders initially pushed to close Jordan completely because of its poor location.

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