2 edition of impact of African history on Afro-Americans, 1930-1945 found in the catalog.
impact of African history on Afro-Americans, 1930-1945
James R. Hooker
in Buffalo, N. Y
Written in English
Includes bibliographical footnotes.
|Statement||by James Hooker.|
|Series||Special studies, no. 3, Special studies (State University of New York at Buffalo. Council on International Studies) -- no. 3.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||27|
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A.C. Terry-Thompson, D.D wrote his book on the history of the African Orthodox Church, no one undertook the task. He only attempted to supply this aim and purpose of this publication on. On the importance of studying African history for African Americans in light of fascism and colonialism during this period, see James Hooker, "The Impact of African His- tory on Afro-Americans, ," Black Academy Review, 3 (nos.
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