Book , Print in English

Holding aloft the banner of Ethiopia : Caribbean radicalism in early twentieth-century America

Winston James.
  • London ; New York : Verso, 1998.
  • x, 406 pages, [24] p. of plates : illustrations maps ; 25 cm.
Subjects
Contents
  • 1. Caribbean Migration: Scale, Determinants, and Destinations, 1880-1932
  • 2. Peculiarities of the Caribbeans: Characteristics and Forces Conducive to Radicalization
  • 3. Coming at Midnight: Race and Caribbean Reactions to America
  • 4. Caribbean and the United States: Patterns of Race, Color, and Class
  • 5. Dimensions and Main Currents of Caribbean Radicalism in America: Hubert Harrison, the African Blood Brotherhood, and the UNIA
  • 6. Race Consciousness, Class Consciousness, and the Political Strategies of William Monroe Trotter and Marcus Garvey
  • 7. Peculiarities of Afro-Hispanic Radicalism in the United States: The Political Trajectories of Arturo Schomburg and Jesus Colon
  • 8. From a Class for Itself to a Race on its Own: The Strange Case of Afro-Cuban Radicalism and Afro-Cubans in Florida, 1870-1940
  • Postscript: Harold Cruse and the West Indians: Critical Remarks on The Crisis of the Negro Intellectual.
Other information
  • Includes bibliographical references (p. [372]-398) and index.
ISBN
  • 1859849997 (cloth)
  • 1859841406 (pbk.)
Identifying numbers
  • LCCN: 97039936
  • OCLC: 37579945