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Title Jim Crow nostalgia : reconstructing race in Bronzeville / Michelle R. Boyd.
Author Boyd, Michelle R.
Publication Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, [2008]
Copyright date ©2008
Description xxxi, 211 pages ; 24 cm
Call # 305.8009 B
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 171-189) and index.
Contents Introduction: Race, nostalgia, and neighborhood redevelopment -- The way we were : political accommodation and neighborhood change, 1870-1950 -- When we were colored : Black civic leadership and the birth of nostalgia, 1950-1990 -- Back to the future : marketing the race for neighborhood development -- Ties and chitlins : political legitimacy and racial authentication -- We're all in this mess together : identity and the framing of racial agendas -- Conclusion: Nostalgia and identity in the twenty-first century.
Subject Bronzeville (Chicago, Ill.) -- Social conditions.
Bronzeville (Chicago, Ill.) -- Politics and government.
African Americans -- Race identity -- Illinois -- Chicago.
African Americans -- Segregation -- Illinois -- Chicago -- History.
Community life -- Illinois -- Chicago -- History.
African Americans -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Politics and government.
African American leadership -- Illinois -- Chicago -- History.
Nostalgia -- Social aspects -- Illinois -- Chicago.
Nostalgia -- Political aspects -- Illinois -- Chicago.
Chicago (Ill.) -- Race relations.
ISBN 0816646775 (hc : alk. paper)
9780816646777 (hc : alk. paper)
0816646783 (pb : alk. paper) :
9780816646784 (pb : alk. paper)

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