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The Resource Speak my name : Black men on masculinity and the American dream, edited by Don Belton

Speak my name : Black men on masculinity and the American dream, edited by Don Belton

Label
Speak my name : Black men on masculinity and the American dream
Title
Speak my name
Title remainder
Black men on masculinity and the American dream
Statement of responsibility
edited by Don Belton
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Action
Committed to retain
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
no index present
LC call number
E185.86
LC item number
.S685 1995
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Belton, Don
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  • African American men
  • Masculinity
Label
Speak my name : Black men on masculinity and the American dream, edited by Don Belton
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Introduction: speak my name / Don Belton -- Part one. How does it feel to be a problem? How does it feel to be a problem? / Trey Ellis -- Confessions of a nice Negro, or why I shaved my head / Robin D.G. Kelley -- The night I was nobody / John Edgar Wideman -- On violence / David Nicholson -- Why must a Black writer write about sex? (excerpt) / Dany Laferriere -- Albert Murray on stage: an interview / Louis Edwards -- Part two. Playing hardball. Mr. Brown and the sweet science / Randall Kenan -- Playing hardball (from Colored people) / Henry Louis Gates, Jr. -- On the distinction of "Jr." / Houston A. Baker, Jr. -- A mighty good man / Dennis A. Williams -- Shades / William Henry Lewis -- A turn for the worse / Bruce Morrow -- Part three. Go home to your wife. Go home to your wife / Cecil Brown -- My mother and Mitch / Clarence Major -- A liar in love / Quinn Eli -- The sexual diversion: the Black man/Black woman debate in context / Derrick Bell -- Music, darkrooms, and Cuba / Richard Perry -- Part four. Our lives together. Cool brother (from Out of the madness) / Jerrold Ladd -- Palm wine / Reginald McKnight -- The Black family / Amiri Baraka -- Fade to Black: once upon a time in multiracial America / Joe Wood -- Where we live: a conversation with Essex Hemphill and Isaac Julien / Don Belton -- Part five. Heroes. Voodoo for Charles / Don Belton -- The Black man: hero / Walter Mosley -- Pain and glory: some thoughts on my father / Quincy Troupe -- Race, rage, and intellectual development: a personal journey / Haki R. Madhubuti -- Rickydoc: the Black man as hero / Arthur Flowers
Control code
32626641
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiii, 272 p.
Isbn
9780807009369
Lccn
95022316
Label
Speak my name : Black men on masculinity and the American dream, edited by Don Belton
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Introduction: speak my name / Don Belton -- Part one. How does it feel to be a problem? How does it feel to be a problem? / Trey Ellis -- Confessions of a nice Negro, or why I shaved my head / Robin D.G. Kelley -- The night I was nobody / John Edgar Wideman -- On violence / David Nicholson -- Why must a Black writer write about sex? (excerpt) / Dany Laferriere -- Albert Murray on stage: an interview / Louis Edwards -- Part two. Playing hardball. Mr. Brown and the sweet science / Randall Kenan -- Playing hardball (from Colored people) / Henry Louis Gates, Jr. -- On the distinction of "Jr." / Houston A. Baker, Jr. -- A mighty good man / Dennis A. Williams -- Shades / William Henry Lewis -- A turn for the worse / Bruce Morrow -- Part three. Go home to your wife. Go home to your wife / Cecil Brown -- My mother and Mitch / Clarence Major -- A liar in love / Quinn Eli -- The sexual diversion: the Black man/Black woman debate in context / Derrick Bell -- Music, darkrooms, and Cuba / Richard Perry -- Part four. Our lives together. Cool brother (from Out of the madness) / Jerrold Ladd -- Palm wine / Reginald McKnight -- The Black family / Amiri Baraka -- Fade to Black: once upon a time in multiracial America / Joe Wood -- Where we live: a conversation with Essex Hemphill and Isaac Julien / Don Belton -- Part five. Heroes. Voodoo for Charles / Don Belton -- The Black man: hero / Walter Mosley -- Pain and glory: some thoughts on my father / Quincy Troupe -- Race, rage, and intellectual development: a personal journey / Haki R. Madhubuti -- Rickydoc: the Black man as hero / Arthur Flowers
Control code
32626641
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiii, 272 p.
Isbn
9780807009369
Lccn
95022316

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