World War 2 Transformation

World War 2 Transformation - Negro Victory Movement (ch. 6)...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 8/5/11 The World War II Transformation AMST 101
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8/5/11 Scott Kurashige, Chs. 4-7 Divergent Paths of Organizing and Protest in 1930s and 1940s Black “radicalization” Move away from middle-class racial uplift and self-help to working-class centered agenda of jobs, fair housing, and interracial organizing
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8/5/11 Black Radicalization What does Kurashige mean by “radical”? Loren Miller as representative radical (77) American Communist Party NOT Democrats or Republicans Soviet Union NOT United States
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8/5/11 Popular Front Politics National Negro Congress (NNC) as more radical than NAACP (92-93) US Federal Gov’t support for Popular Front (100-102); Fair Employment Practices Committee, 1941
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Unformatted text preview: Negro Victory Movement (ch. 6) Black unity to support US war effort Blacks enter major labor union 8/5/11 Japanese American Institutionalization Coming US-Japan War and Removal from LA Failure of Nisei Americanism (middle-class self-help) -- Jefferson Park (97-99) Destruction of Terminal Island (film) Black silence on internment (104) Road to internment (ch. 5) Return to LA starting in 1945 8/5/11 Why didnt Blacks and Japanese form a sustained The reality was that little formal [black-Japanese] political cooperationdeveloped during the early postwar years (173). Why? From Black perspective, Japanese were to blamestoic personality,...
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This note was uploaded on 08/04/2011 for the course AMST 101 taught by Professor Gualtieri during the Spring '08 term at USC.

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