An 'Island Within': Black Students and Black Higher Education Prior to the Black Campus Movement 'God Speed the Breed': New Negro in the Long Black Student Movement 'Strike while the Iron is Hot': Civil Rights in the Long Black Student Movement 'March that Won't Turn Around': Formation and Development of the Black Campus Movement 'Shuddering in a Paroxysm of Black Power': A Narrative Overview of the Black Campus Movement 'A Fly in Buttermilk': BCM Organizations, Demands, Protests, and Support 'Black Jim Crow Studies': Opposition and Repression 'Black Students Refuse to Pass the Buck': Racial Reconstitution of Higher Education
IBRAM X. KENDI is an Assistant Professor of History at SUNY College at Oneonta in upstate New York, USA. He has published essays on the Black Campus Movement, black power, and Africana Studies in several journals, including the Journal of Black Studies, Journal of Social History, Journal of African American Studies, Journal of African American History, and The Sixties: A Journal of History, Politics and Culture. He has earned research fellowships from the American Historical Association, Chicago's Black Metropolis Research Consortium, Rutgers Center for Historical Analysis, and the Lyndon B. Johnson Library & Museum.
'[Rogers] develops a compelling case that black students changed the racial dynamics of American colleges and universities Rogers has made a major contribution by rendering this historic movement comprehensive so future generations can appreciate how its creative forces changed higher education.' Journal of American History
'Rogers has written a powerful account of the role of black student movements in US higher education from the mid-1960s to the early 1970s. The most impressive aspect of Rogers's work is his prodigious archival research. This is an important study. Highly recommended.' - CHOICE