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The Making of Black Lives Matter - by Christopher J Lebron (Paperback)

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Number of Pages: 216

Genre: Political Science

Sub-Genre: American Government

Format: Paperback

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

Age Range: Adult

Book theme: Executive Branch

Author: Christopher J Lebron

Language: English

TCIN: 77765412
UPC: 9780190910754
Item Number (DPCI): 247-05-3584

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"Injecting historical and philosophical perspective into the country's contemporary racial quagmire, Lebron offers readers a glimpse of the intellectual roots of African Americans continual fight for respect and equality. His call to join a historically momentous generational force demanding change also offers readers direction on how to become part of a solution."--Library Journal


"If you want to understand the urgency of #BlackLivesMatter you need Christopher J. Lebron's excellent The Making of Black Lives Matter: A Brief History of an Idea, a nimble, passionate, and far-ranging intellectual history. Through testimony in art and in letters, Lebron presents radical political philosophy for our times."--Nell Irvin Painter, author of The History of White People


"The Making of Black Lives Matter offers a powerful, timely, and necessary intellectual meditation on the roots of the most important social movement of the 21st century. Christopher Lebron's cri de coeur challenges activists, institutions, and Americans of all backgrounds to reimagine the contours and possibilities of racial justice from antebellum slavery to the streets of Ferguson, Missouri."--Peniel E. Joseph, author of Stokely: A Life


"Lebron takes a deep, compelling dive into the intellectual and cultural background of the Black Lives Matter movement."--Walter Russell Mead, Foreign Affairs


"Christopher Lebron's short, incisive book examines the racialised violence that defines US history: from the overt violence of slavery to the racial segregation of Jim Crow legislation, from white supremacist lynchings to the covert white privilege of society today. Lebron never sets out to provide a historical assessment of Black Lives Matter but contextualises the movement within black political and ethical thought, while lauding the achievements of people who have maintained their morals and dignity in the face of oppression and violence."--Times Higher Education


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