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RICHARD W. THOMAS, Associate Professor of History and Urban Affairs Programs at Michigan State University, is author or co-author of numerous publications in race relations and black history.
Table of Contents
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|Early Struggles and Community Building||p. 1|
|The Demand for Black Labor, Migration, and the Emerging Black Industrial Working Class, 1915-1930||p. 20|
|The Role of the Detroit Urban League in the Community Building Process, 1916-1945||p. 49|
|Weathering the Storm||p. 88|
|Racial Discrimination in Industrial Detroit: Preparing the Ground for Community Social Consciousness||p. 123|
|Social Consciousness and Self-Help: The Heart and Soul of Community Building||p. 174|
|Protest and Politics: Emerging Forms of Community Empowerment||p. 228|
|Conflicting Strategies of Black Community Building: Unionization vs. Ford Corporate Paternalism, 1936-1941||p. 271|
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