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Sam Anderson (with the assistance of Karen Taylor) Interviews Jeffrey B. Perry on Hubert Harrison for "WhileWeAreStillHere" on April 11, 2021.

Sam Anderson (with the assistance of Karen Taylor) Interviews Jeffrey B. Perry on Hubert Harrison for "WhileWeAreStillHere" on April 11, 2021, See Here

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Jeffrey B. Perry, "Hubert Harrison: The Struggle for Equality, 1918-1927" (Columbia University Press) TABLE OF CONTENTS

Table of Contents for "Hubert Harrison: The Struggle for Equality, 1918-1927" -- This book can be obtained from Columbia University Press at 20 % discount by using code CUP20
A Note on Usage
Introduction
Part I: "New Negro Movement" Editor and Activist
1. Return to Harlem and Resurrection of "The Voice" (July–December 1918)
2. Political Activities in Washington and Virginia (January–July 1919)
3. "New Negro" Editor and Agitator (July–December 1919)
Part II: Editor of the "Negro World"
4. Reshaping the "Negro World" and Comments on Garvey (December 1919–May 1920)
5. Debate with "The Emancipator" (March–April 1920)
6. Early "Negro World" Writings (January–July 1920)
7. The 1920 UNIA Convention and Influence on Garvey (August–November 1920)
8. Post-Convention Meditations, Writings, and Reviews (September–December 1920)
9. Early 1921 "Negro World" Writings and Reviews (January–April 1921)
10. The Liberty League, Tulsa, and Mid-1921 Writings (May–September 1921)
11. "Negro World" Writings and Reviews (September 1921–April 1922)
12. The Period of Garvey's Arrest (October 1921–March 1922)
Part III: "Free-lance Educator"
13. Lecturer, Book Reviewer, and Citizenship (March 1922–June 1923)
14. The KKK, Garvey's Conviction, Speaking, Virgin Islands, and Reviews (1923)
15. "Boston Chronicle," Board of Ed, and "The New Negro" (January–June 1924)
Part IV: The Struggle for International Colored Unity
16. ICUL, Midwest Tour, Board of Ed, NYPL, and 1925 (March 1924–December 1925)
17. NYC Talks, Workers School, and "Modern Quarterly" (January–September 1926)
18. Lafayette Theatre Strike, "Nigger Heaven," and Garvey Divorce (June–December 1926)
19. The "Pittsburgh Courier" and "The Voice of the Negro" (January–April 1927)
20. Last Months and Death (May–December 1927)
Epilogue
Acknowledgments
Abbreviations
Notes
Index

Table of Contents for "Hubert Harrison: The Struggle for Equality, 1918-1927" -- This book can be obtained from Columbia University Press at 20 % discount by using code CUP20

A Note on Usage
Introduction
Part I: "New Negro Movement" Editor and Activist
1. Return to Harlem and Resurrection of "The Voice" (July–December 1918)
2. Political Activities in Washington and Virginia (January–July 1919)
3. "New Negro" Editor and Agitator (July–December 1919)
Part II: Editor of the "Negro World"
4. Reshaping the "Negro World" and Comments on Garvey (December 1919–May 1920)
5. Debate with "The Emancipator" (March–April 1920)
6. Early "Negro World" Writings (January–July 1920)
7. The 1920 UNIA Convention and Influence on Garvey (August–November 1920)
8. Post-Convention Meditations, Writings, and Reviews (September–December 1920)
9. Early 1921 "Negro World" Writings and Reviews (January–April 1921)
10. The Liberty League, Tulsa, and Mid-1921 Writings (May–September 1921)
11. "Negro World" Writings and Reviews (September 1921–April 1922)
12. The Period of Garvey's Arrest (October 1921–March 1922)
Part III: "Free-lance Educator"
13. Lecturer, Book Reviewer, and Citizenship (March 1922–June 1923)
14. The KKK, Garvey's Conviction, Speaking, Virgin Islands, and Reviews (1923)
15. "Boston Chronicle," Board of Ed, and "The New Negro" (January–June 1924)
Part IV: The Struggle for International Colored Unity
16. ICUL, Midwest Tour, Board of Ed, NYPL, and 1925 (March 1924–December 1925)
17. NYC Talks, Workers School, and "Modern Quarterly" (January–September 1926)
18. Lafayette Theatre Strike, "Nigger Heaven," and Garvey Divorce (June–December 1926)
19. The "Pittsburgh Courier" and "The Voice of the Negro" (January–April 1927)
20. Last Months and Death (May–December 1927)
Epilogue
Acknowledgments
Abbreviations
Notes
Index

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Jeffrey B. Perry, "Hubert Harrison: The Voice of Harlem Radicalism, 1883-1918" (Columbia University Press) TABLE OF CONTENTS

Table of Contents

"Hubert Harrison: The Voice of Harlem Radicalism, 1883-1918"

(This book can be obtained from Columbia University Press at 20% discount by using code CUP20)
List of Illustrations
Preface and Acknowledgments
A Note on Usage
Introduction
Part I. Intellectual Growth and Development
1. Crucian Roots (1883–1900)
2. Self-Education, Early Writings, and the Lyceums (1900–1907)
3. In Full-Touch with the Life of My People (1907–1909)
4. Secular Thought, Radical Critiques, and Criticism of Booker T. Washington (1905–1911)
Part II. Socialist Radical
5. Hope in Socialism (1911)
6. Socialist Writer and Speaker (1912)
7. Dissatisfaction with the Party (1913–1914)
8. Toward Independence (1914–1915)
Part III. The "New Negro Movement"
9. Focus on Harlem: The Birth of the "New Negro Movement" (1915–1917)
10. Founding the Liberty League and "The Voice" (April–September 1917)
11. Race-Conscious Activism and Organizational Difficulties (August–December 1917)
12. The Liberty Congress and the Resurrection of "The Voice" (January–July 1918)
Appendix: Harrison on His Character
Abbreviations
Notes
Select Bibliography
Index

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Jeffrey B. Perry Discussing Hubert Harrison on "Deadline NYC" WBAI (99.5 FM) with Host Tom Robbins Monday, February 15, 2021

Jeffrey B. Perry Discussing Hubert Harrison on "Deadline NYC" WBAI (99.5 FM) with Host Tom Robbins Monday, February 15, 2021. See Here

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Utrice Leid Hosts Jeffrey B. Perry in 4 Sessions Discussing Hubert Harrison on "Leid Stories"

Utrice Leid Hosts Jeffrey B. Perry in 4 Sessions Discussing Hubert Harrison on "Leid Stories."  See "Leid Stories" on February 8, 9, 11, and 12, 2021 HERE

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Ousmane Power-Greene -- Review of two-volume Hubert Harrison biography in "Stansbury Forum," February 8, 2021

Ousmane Power-Greene -- Review of two-volume Hubert Harrison biography in "Stansbury Forum," February 8, 2021 -- see HERE

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Jeffrey B. Perry on LEID STORIES with Utrice Leid, Monday, February 8, 2021

To Listen to the hour long show see HERE

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Jeffrey B.Perry Discusses "The Radical Life of Hubert Harrison" with Allen Ruff

Dr. Jeffrey B. Perry discusses "The Radical Life of Hubert Harrison" and his new book "Hubert Harrison: The Struggle for Equality, 1918-1927" (Columbia University Press) with host Allen Ruff on Allen's February 4, 2021, radio show "A Public Affair" on station WORT, 89.9 FM, in Madison, Wisconsin. See HERE

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Robert White Hosts Jeffrey B. Perry on "Hubert Harrion: The Struggle for Equality, 1918-1927"

Jeffrey B. Perry discusses "Hubert Harrison: The Struggle for Equality, 1918-1927" with Robert White of Alabama State for his February 2, 2021 HBCU Review [Historically Black Colleges and Universities Review] Program, on WVAS Radio 90.7 FM on the campus of Alabama State University in Montgomery, Alabama.

 

 

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Etienne Gibbs Hosts Jeffrey B. Perry on "Hubert Harrison: The Struggle for Equality, 1918-1927"

Jeffrey B. Perry discusses "Hubert Harrison: The Struggle for Equality, 1918-1927" on February 1, 2021, with Etienne Gibbs for "In the Author's Corner with Etienne" - a "Blog Talk Radio" from St. Thomas, U.S.V.I. See HERE

 

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