Race, difference, and the historical imagination / Manning Marable.
By: Marable, ManningMaterial type: TextSeries: EDS occasional paper ; no. 1Publisher: Cambridge, MA : Episcopal Divinity School, 1998Description: 14 p. ; 28 cmSubject(s): African Americans -- Civil rights | Racism -- United States | United States -- Race relations
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"This paper was delivered at the symposium 'Powers, Principalities, and the Politics of Fear: How Do Christians Respond to Increasing Racial Tensions?' at the Episcopal Divinity School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 12 April 1997":-- p. 1.