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Review Of Death Blow To Jim Crow: The National Negro Congress And The Rise Of Militant Civil Rights By Erik S. Gellman, Cynthia Taylor Nov 2012

Review Of Death Blow To Jim Crow: The National Negro Congress And The Rise Of Militant Civil Rights By Erik S. Gellman, Cynthia Taylor

Cynthia Taylor

No abstract available


A. Philip Randolph And The Struggle For Civil Rights By Cornelius L. Bynum, Cynthia Taylor Mar 2012

A. Philip Randolph And The Struggle For Civil Rights By Cornelius L. Bynum, Cynthia Taylor

Cynthia Taylor

A review of the book "A. Philip Randolph and the Struggle for Civil Rights," part of The New Black Studies Series, by Cornelius L. Bynum is presented.


California History: Expanding The Narrative Of The First Californians, Cynthia Taylor Sep 2011

California History: Expanding The Narrative Of The First Californians, Cynthia Taylor

Cynthia Taylor

No abstract available


Panellist Roundtable Discussion On A. Philip Randolph, Cynthia Taylor Oct 2010

Panellist Roundtable Discussion On A. Philip Randolph, Cynthia Taylor

Cynthia Taylor

No abstract available


Review Of Women In The Church Of God In Christ: Making A Sanctified World By Anthea D. Butler, Cynthia Taylor May 2008

Review Of Women In The Church Of God In Christ: Making A Sanctified World By Anthea D. Butler, Cynthia Taylor

Cynthia Taylor

The article reviews the book "Women in the Church of God in Christ: Making a Sanctified World," by Anthea D. Butler.


Review Of A. Philip Randolph: A Life In The Vanguard By Andrew E. Kersten, Cynthia Taylor Mar 2008

Review Of A. Philip Randolph: A Life In The Vanguard By Andrew E. Kersten, Cynthia Taylor

Cynthia Taylor

No abstract available


Review Of From Civil Rights To Human Rights: Martin Luther King, Jr. And The Struggle For Economic Justice By Thomas F. Jackson, Cynthia Taylor Mar 2008

Review Of From Civil Rights To Human Rights: Martin Luther King, Jr. And The Struggle For Economic Justice By Thomas F. Jackson, Cynthia Taylor

Cynthia Taylor

"Thomas F. Jackson presents a secular view of an American religious icon. Jackson wants his readers to recall what contemporaries and other movement leaders never forgot: Martin Luther King, Jr.'s radicalism. In so doing, Jackson portrays the civil rights leader as a politically astute activist, a perspective often downplayed or forgotten in other biographies and studies that concentrate primarily on King as a religious figure with an emphasis on his orthodox religious beliefs and activities. This book challenged my stereotype of King as a political neophyte, totally dependent on the advice and guidance of older, more seasoned black political ...


Recent Developments In American Religious History, Cynthia Taylor Sep 2007

Recent Developments In American Religious History, Cynthia Taylor

Cynthia Taylor

No abstract available


How Did The March On Washington Movement's Critique Of American Democracy In The 1940s Awaken African American Women To The Problem Of Jane Crow?, Cynthia Taylor Dec 2006

How Did The March On Washington Movement's Critique Of American Democracy In The 1940s Awaken African American Women To The Problem Of Jane Crow?, Cynthia Taylor

Cynthia Taylor

This document project demonstrates the critical role women played in the 1940s March on Washington Movement (MOWM) during its formative period. African American women activists of the 1940s enthusiastically joined the MOWM because it promoted broad race-based employment goals. Although women found a welcoming place within the MOWM to fight Jim Crow, there was little room at this time for women to articulate their concerns about Jane Crow within the movement or society at large. Various factors kept female march activists from more fully developing an articulate feminist ideology in the 1940s: the effective and charismatic leadership of A. Philip ...


The Role Of African American Churches In U.S. Political History, Cynthia Taylor Jul 2006

The Role Of African American Churches In U.S. Political History, Cynthia Taylor

Cynthia Taylor

No abstract available


A. Philip Randolph And Religion, Cynthia Taylor May 2006

A. Philip Randolph And Religion, Cynthia Taylor

Cynthia Taylor

No abstract available


A. Philip Randolph: Black Christian Humanist, Cynthia Taylor Oct 2003

A. Philip Randolph: Black Christian Humanist, Cynthia Taylor

Cynthia Taylor

No abstract available


A. Philip Randolph, Black Churches, And Women Activists In The 1940s March On Washington Movement, Cynthia Taylor May 2003

A. Philip Randolph, Black Churches, And Women Activists In The 1940s March On Washington Movement, Cynthia Taylor

Cynthia Taylor

No abstract available


Revisiting The De-Radicalization Thesis: An Update On Gayraud S. Wilmore’S Black Religion And Black Radicalism, Cynthia Taylor Mar 2003

Revisiting The De-Radicalization Thesis: An Update On Gayraud S. Wilmore’S Black Religion And Black Radicalism, Cynthia Taylor

Cynthia Taylor

No abstract available


Battling The Color Line In The Era Of Segregation, 1896 - 1954, Cynthia Taylor Oct 1995

Battling The Color Line In The Era Of Segregation, 1896 - 1954, Cynthia Taylor

Cynthia Taylor

No abstract available