Race and Renaissance: African Americans in Pittsburgh Since World War II

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Race and Renaissance presents the first history of African American life in Pittsburgh after World War II. It examines the origins and significance of the second Great Migration, the persistence of Jim Crow into the postwar years, the second ghetto, the contemporary urban crisis, the civil rights and Black Power movements, and the Million Man and Million Woman marches, among other topics.

Race and Renaissance: African Americans in Pittsburgh Since World War II 2013, University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh

ISBN-13: 9780822962434

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Race and Renaissance: African Americans in Pittsburgh Since World War II 2010, University of Pittsburgh Press

ISBN-13: 9780822943914

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