Buy Righteous Propagation: African Americans and the Politics of Racial Destiny after Reconstruction 1st Edition PDF ebook, (ISBN-13: 9780807855676), by author Michele Mitchell – published by The University of North Carolina Press today and save up to 80% compared to the print version of this textbook. With PDF version of this textbook, not only save you money, you can also highlight, add text, underline add post-it notes, bookmarks to pages, instantly search for the major terms or chapter titles, etc.
You can search our site for other versions of the Righteous Propagation 1st Edition PDF ebook. You can also search for others PDF ebooks from publisher The University of North Carolina Press, as well as from your favorite authors. We have thousands of online textbooks and course materials (mostly in PDF) that you can download immediately after purchase. Every textbook comes with a 7 days “100% satisfaction” guarantee.
Note: e-textBooks do not come with access codes, CDs/DVDs, workbooks, and other supplemental items.
Summary of Righteous Propagation: African Americans and the Politics of Racial Destiny after Reconstruction – 1st Edition
From publisher The University of North Carolina Press:
Between 1877 and 1930–years rife with tensions over citizenship, suffrage, immigration, and “the Negro problem–African American activists promoted an array of strategies for progress and power built around “racial destiny,” the idea that black Americans formed a collective whose future existence would be determined by the actions of its members. In Righteous Propagation, Michele Mitchell examines the reproductive implications of racial destiny, demonstrating how it forcefully linked particular visions of gender, conduct, and sexuality to collective well-being. Mitchell argues that while African Americans did not agree on specific ways to bolster their collective prospects, ideas about racial destiny and progress generally shifted from outward-looking remedies such as emigration to inward-focused debates about intraracial relationships, thereby politicizing the most private aspects of black life and spurring race activists to calcify gender roles, monitor intraracial sexual practices, and promote moral purity. Examining the ideas of well-known elite reformers such as Mary Church Terrell and W. E. B. DuBois, as well as unknown members of the working and aspiring classes, such as James Dubose and Josie Briggs Hall, Mitchell reinterprets black protest and politics and recasts the way we think about black sexuality and progress after Reconstruction.
Download Righteous Propagation 1st Edition PDF eBook
You can download the Righteous Propagation 1st Edition | 9780807855676 PDF immediately after successful checkout! It’s also emailed to you as soon as the order is confirmed. You can share your ebook free to your friends. Happy you, happy us!