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Africana Paradigms, Practices and Literary Texts: Evoking Social Justice

Author(s): Clenora Hudson-Weems

Edition: 1

Copyright: 2021

Pages: 266

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Foreword Judge Joe Brown
Preface Benjamin W. Jones—Medical Student, University of Kansas | Jamica Jacobs—Biological Sciences, Sen, McNair Scholar, MU
Introduction Clenora Hudson-Weems, PhD

PART I Africana Theories: Inter-Cultural/Inter-Disciplinary Movements
Chapter 1 Africana Womanism: Authenticity and Collectivity in Securing Social Justice Clenora Hudson-Weems, PhD
Chapter 2 Afrocentricity and Transformation: Understanding a Movement Molefi Kete Asante, Phd
Chapter 3 Black Women Adult Educators—The Utterers of Black Leadership Preparation: Africana Womanism and the Afrocentric Praxis Jacqueline Roebuck Sakho, EdD

PART II Africana Moments & Persuasions in Re-Shaping Our Lives
Chapter 4 The Essential James Baldwin: Life and Literature, At Home and Abroad Pamela D. Reed, PhD
Chapter 5 The African American Literary Tradition Clenora Hudson-Weems, PhD
Chapter 6 The Significance of HBCUs: The Social, Academic, & Career Determining Benefits of HBCUs Sharon H. Porter, EdD
Chapter 7 Africana Studies and Economics, In Search of a New Progressive Partnership James B. Stewart, PhD
Chapter 8 When Will We Learn? It’s Not Their Heads, It’s Their (Broken) Hearts S. Renee Mitchell, EdD

PART III: Evolutionary Movements: Beliefs, Ideas and Action
Chapter 9 Networks of Steel: How Reparations for European Enslavement of Africans Unite the African Diaspora Raymond A. Winbush, PhD
Chapter 10 “The Modern Civil Rights Movement” (1994) Clenora Hudson-Weems, PhD
Chapter 11 End Emmett Till Continuums: Beyond George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ma’Khia Bryant Ngeri Nnachi, JD, MPPL
Chapter 12 Nourish to Flourish: Maroonage—Woodsonian Philo-Praxis and the Education of Black Children Lasana D. Kazembe, PhD.
Chapter 13 Be Woke! Black America and the Holy Trinity—A SERMON  Rev. Debra Walker King, PhD

Conclusion

Coda SANKOFA—Learn the lessons of the past in order to move forward for a successful future.

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