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Title SOS/Calling All Black People : a Black Arts Movement Reader / edited by John H. Bracey Jr., Sonia Sanchez, and James Smethurst.
Imprint Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, 2014.

Subject African Americans in literature.
Black nationalism -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
Black Arts movement.
African Americans -- Intellectual life -- 20th century.
American literature -- African American authors.
Alt Name Smethurst, James Edward,
Sanchez, Sonia, 1934-
Bracey, John H.,
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Machine generated contents note: Black Arts Movement / Amiri Baraka -- SECTION I THEORY/CRITICISM -- Introduction to Theory / Criticism / A.B. Spellman -- Poetry and Black Liberation: Freedom's Furious Passions (Reminiscence) / Askia M. Toure -- DA-DUM-DUN: A BAM Triumvirate of Conch/Us/Nest: Miles Davis, Henry Dumas & Katherine Dunham in East St. Louis, Illinois (Reminiscence) / Eugene B. Redmond -- 1. Politics and Culture -- Harlem Black Arts Theater -- New Dialogue with the Lost Black Generation / Harold Cruse -- Symposium: The Measure and the Meaning of Sixties / Carolyn Gerald -- Black Cultural Nationalism / Ron (Maulana) Karenga -- Black Arts Movement / Larry Neal -- Southern Black Cultural Alliance, By-Laws -- Third World Press, A Statement of Purpose -- Max Stanford (Muhammad Ahmad), Towards Revolutionary Action Movement Manifesto -- Umbra, Foreword to Issue 1.1 -- Larry Neal [Atlanta C.A.P. Creativity Workshop], Resolutions -- SECTION III POETRY -- Poetry of BAM: Meditation, Critique, Praise / Sonia Sanchez -- STORM COMING: Memoir and History (Reminiscence) / Haki Madhubuti -- 1. Consciousness -- Upon Being Black One Friday Night in July / Johari Amini -- What Shall We Tell My Children Who Are Black / Dr. Margaret Burroughs -- Black People! / Amiri Baraka -- Life of Lincoln West / Gwendolyn Brooks -- Black jam for dr. negro / Mari Evans -- Sister Brother / Joe Goncalves -- Father Tells His Son About the Statue of Liberty / Bobb Hamilton -- Jitterbugging in the Streets / Calvin C. Hernton -- Revolution Will Not Be Televised / Gil Scott-Heron -- Niggers R Scared of Revolution / Kim Green -- But He Was Cool / Haki Madhubuti -- Personal Jihad / Gaston Neal -- Barbequed Cong: Or We Laid My Lai Low / Eugene Redmond -- How I got ovah / Carolyn M. Rodgers -- Summary / Sonia Sanchez -- Tomorrow the heroes / A.B. Spellman -- "Black Power!" / Edward S. Spriggs -- Twelve Gates / Lorenzo Thomas -- Cry Freedom / Askia Toure -- 2. Malcolm -- Eulogy for Malcolm X / Ossie Davis -- Poem For Black Hearts / Amiri Baraka -- Malcolm X / Gwendolyn Brooks -- Portrait of Malcolm X / Etheridge Knight -- That Old Time Religion / Marvin E. Jackmon -- Malcolm X -- An Autobiography / Larry Neal -- Malcolm / Sonia Sanchez -- For Malcolm Who Walks in the Eyes of Our Children / Quincy Troupe -- For Malcolm / Margaret Walker -- Plea for the Politic Man / Jay Wright -- 3. Coltrane and Jazz -- How Long Has This Trane Been Gone / Jayne Cortez -- Legacy: In Memory of Trane / Ebon Dooley -- Tribute to Duke / Sarah Webster Fabio -- Elvin Jones Gretsch Freak / David Henderson -- Don't Cry, Scream / Haki Madhubuti -- Coming of John / Amus Mor -- Don't Say Goodbye to the Pork-Pie Hat / Larry Neal -- Conversions / Sterling Plumpp -- Transcendental Blues / Yusuf Rahman -- Written for Love of an Ascension-Coltrane / Carolyn Rodgers -- A/Coltrane/Poem / Sonia Sanchez -- On Seeing pharaoh sanders blowing / Sonia Sanchez -- Did John's Music Kill Him? / A.B. Spellman -- 4. Africa -- African Night Suite / Jayne Cortez -- Painted Lady / Margaret Danner -- Africa I; Africa II / Nikki Giovanni -- LUMUMBA LIVES LUMUMBA LIVES!! / Ted Joans -- My Name Is Africa / Keorapetse Kgositsile -- Ancestors / Dudley Randall -- I am a Cowboy in the Boat of Ra / Ishmael Reed -- Earth / Askia Toure -- 5. Women -- For Gwendolyn Brooks -- A Whole & Beautiful Spirit / Johari Amini -- I Am A Black Woman / Mari Evans -- Woman Poem / Nikki Giovanni -- Woman / Gloria Larry House -- If you saw a Negro lady / June Jordan -- Naturally / Audre Lorde -- Cadence / K. Curtis Lyle -- Blackwoman / Haki Madhubuti -- Last M.F. / Carolyn Rodgers -- Woman / Sonia Sanchez -- 6. Heritage -- Promenade / Sam Cornish -- Lynch Fragment / Jayne Cortez -- Urban Dream / Victor Hernandez Cruz -- Return to English Turn / Tom Dent -- Music / Everett Hoagland -- Idea of Ancestry / Etheridge Knight -- Ballad of Birmingham / Dudley Randall -- Rivers of Bones and Flesh and Blood / Eugene Redmond -- Sunset Beach/L.A. / Ahmos Zu-Bolton -- 7. Songs -- Say It Loud -- I'm Black and I'm Proud / James Brown -- Afro Blue / Oscar Brown Jr. -- What's Goin' On / Marvin Gaye -- Keep on Pushin' / Curtis Mayfield -- To Be Young, Gifted, and Black / Weldon J. Irvine Jr. -- War / Barrett Strong -- SECTION IV DRAMA -- Kuumba Theatre: A Radical Idea Comes to Life (Reminiscence) / Francis Ward -- Living in the Black Arts Movement (Reminiscence) / Aishah Rahman -- Black Mass / Amiri Baraka -- Clara's Ole Man / Ed Bullins -- Prayer Meeting Or, The First Militant Preacher / Ben Caldwell -- Wine in the Wilderness / Alice Childress -- Suicide / Carol Freeman -- Flowers for the Trashman / Marvin E. Jackmon -- Monster / Ronald Milner -- Bronx Is Next / Sonia Sanchez -- SECTION V FICTION / NARRATIVE -- Black Arts Fiction: An Introduction / Eleanor W. Traylor -- Organizer's Wife / Toni Cade Bambara -- Harlem / Henry Dumas -- Love Song for Seven Little Boys Called; Sam / C.H. Fuller Jr. -- Sonny's Seasons / Sam Greenlee -- Reena / Paule Marshall -- Happening in Barbados / Louise Meriwether -- Excerpt from The Bluest Eye / Toni Morrison -- Cab Calloway Stands In for the Moon / Ishmael Reed -- Frankie Mae / Jean Wheeler Smith -- King Alfred Plan / John A. Williams -- AFTERWORDS -- Hip Hop Vision: Password: Nation Conscious Rap / James G. Spady -- Coming from a Black Thing: Remembering the Black Arts Movement / John H. Bracey Jr. -- Learning from the 60s / Audrey Lorde.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781613762769 (electronic bk.)
1613762763 (electronic bk.)
9781625340313 (pbk. ; alk. paper)
9781625340306 (hardcover ; alk. paper)
1625340303
OCLC # 933516711
Additional Format Print version: SOS/Calling All Black People. Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, 2014 (DLC) 2014007781