English 110 -Oropeza - League of Revolutionary Black Workers
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Students will find print and electronic resources on the topic of the League of Revolutionary Black Workers.
- Class: English 110
- Instructor(s): C. Oropeza
- Topic: League of Revolutionary Black Workers
Search the library catalog for Modern Black Nationalism: from Marcus Garvey to Louis Farrakhan. Chapter 21 is about the League of Revolutionary Black Workers.
These titles are available at the UCSB Davidson Library:
- Geschwender, James A. Class, Race, and Worker Insurgency: the League of Revolutionary Black Workers. Cambridge [Eng.]; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1977.
- Georgakas, Dan. Detroit, I Do Mind Dying. Updated edition. Cambridge, MA: South End Press, c 1998.
- They Should Have Served that Cup of coffee. Edited by Dick Cluster. Boston: South End Press, c 1979.
- Modern Black Nationalism. Edited by William L. Van Deburg. New York; London: New York University Press, c 1997.
Finally Got the News. A film by Stewart Bird, Rene Lichtman and Peter Gessner. Produced in association with the League of Revolutionary Black Workers. Copyright date: 1970. Release date: 2003.
Wikipedia . “League of Revolutionary Black Workers.”
Akbar Muhammad Ahmad. “ The League of Revolutionary Black Workers: a historical study.”
Lauren Ray. “The League of Revolutionary Black Workers, Arab Americans and Palestine solidarity.”
Below are some recommendations good websites for college research:
- Infomine: scholarly websites
- Internet Public Library
- Intute: Web resources for education and research
- Librarian's Internet Index