The African-American Identity Crisis [Red - One Size]

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> Product/Model ID: 3357

> Category: Books > Non-Fiction > Philosophy

> Processing: Within 3 Days

> Location: Warehouse

> Color: Red

> Size: One Size

> Made Of: Paper

> Condition: Brand New

> Made In: U.S.A.

> Cultural Origin: United States

> Author: Dr. Horus M. Alkebu-Lan

> Binding Type: Softcover

> ISBN: 9780962878800

> Pages: 51

> Year Published: 1991

Table of Contents

I. The Opening
II. Peace and the Human Responsibility
III. Faith
IV. Culture
V. Submission
VI. Unity
VII. The Beginning of Life

Excerpt

The African-American community is at a critical stage. The obstacles that our communities face seem insurmountable. At the same time the community is beginning to see that identifying something as being Black does not necessarily mean that it is good for the African-American people. We are now trying to identify ourselves. Where do we go from here? How can we identify ourselves with a value system that is good for us?