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Abdul-Jabbar, Kareem, 62, 66 Aesthetics, Third World, 142–43 African Americans: pan–Africanism of, 42–43; relations with Asian Americans, 11; soul culture, 38–42 African Asians: and Blackness, 105–9 African diaspora: in Britain, 89–94 African National Congress, 46 Afro–Shirazi Party, 80 Ahmad, Rukhsana: Song for a Sanctuary, 115–17, 124 Alcindor, Lew. See Abdul-Jabbar, Kareem Alexander, Meena: Manhattan Music, 145 Ali, Muhammad, 39, 42 Amin, Idi, 44, 70, 86 Andrade, Oswald de, 130 Angelou, Maya, 42 Anti–Asianism: in Tanzania, 2, 53 Appadurai, Arjun, 7–8, 13, 157 Argentina: abolition of citizenship, 12 Armstrong, George, 3 Arts: Black British, 90–91, 112; indigenization in, 142 Arusha Declaration, 34, 40, 58 Asian Americans, 11, 13 Assimilations (performance), 147–50 Authority types, 21–22 Bayart, Jean-François, 76 Benhabib, Seyla, 14 Berlant, Lauren, 14 Bhangra music, 145 Big Boss, The (film). See Fists of Fury Binarisms, 144 Birmingham school of cultural studies, 55 Black Belt Jones (film), 66 Black guerrillas, 42 Black Muslims, 42 Black nationalism, 39 Black Power movement, 46 Boal, Augusto, 15–16 Borders: and travel, 98–99, 105 Brathwaite, Kamau: Barabajan Poems, 133–35 British Immigration Act (1971), 91 Brown, James, 42, 43–44 Buddha of Suburbia, The (television show), 143, 147 Cannibalism, 127, 130–32 Carby, Hazel, 114 Caribbean arts movement (CAM), 90–91 Carmichael, Stokeley, 46 Césaire, Aimé: Tempest, 137–38 5 173 5 Index Created by Eileen Quam Chama Cha Mapinduzi, 54. See also Tanganyika African National Union Charismatic leadership, 21–24 China: citizenship in, 12; imports to Tanzania from, 42–43. See also Kung fu cinema Chinese Connection, The (film), 54, 62 Citizenscapes, 13–16, 20 Citizenship: components, 4; expressing, 2–3; failed, 18–19; global, 8; impact of migration on, 153–55; legal vs. cultural, 5–6, 79–80, 154; meaning, 4, 6; in 1970s, 153–54; nomadic, 16–20, 70–71, 76–88, 157; multicultural, 141–42; participatory , 3, 10, 14, 16; women and, 127 Class: Nyerere on, 32; in Tanzania, 161–62n3; and travel, 46–47 Cleopatra Jones (film), 66 Cliff, Michelle, 138–39 Cold War: U.S. foreign policy during, 38 Colonial policies: British, 30, 74–76, 77; Indo-African, 71 Cosmopolitanism, 8–9 Crenshaw, Kimberle, 114–15 Crowds: Nyerere and, 32–36 Culture: Black British, 92–94; and citizenship , 5–6, 79–80; East African Asian, 35, 45, 71–76; hybridity in, 142–47; Kenyan in 1970s, 49; soul, 38–42; Tanzanian youth, 45–46, 49–58 Dalcroze, Émile Jacques, 15 Dandhi March, 23 Davis, Angela, 42 Decolonization: and charismatic leadership , 23; and citizenship, 18; and education , 56; and freedom of expression, 35; and migration to Britain, 90; and women, 136–38; and youth, 58 Democracy: participatory, 13–16; Nyerere on, 32–33 Desai, M. A., 85 Diawara, Manthia, 39–40, 67 Displacement. See Migration Dobson, Tamara, 66 East African Asians: anti-Asianism, 2, 53; citizenship of, 80, 156; creation of Asia cool, 45; culture of, 35, 45, 71–76, 156; displacement of, 2, 10, 70, 86–87; as economic migrants, 19; image of, 85; identity formation of, 36, 87–88; landowners in Tanganyika, 35–36; migrant laborers, 73–74; in United States, 11; youth as bridge, 45. See also Asian Americans; specific African countries East Indians: activism in East Africa, 86; contract labor, 73; image of, 85; migration , 69–70 Education: and decolonization, 56; in Tanzania, 68 Enter the Dragon (film), 54, 59–62, 66–67 Exile (performance), 147 Fanon, Frantz, 82, 149 Feminism: Black radical, 42; bourgeois, critique of, 119–24 Film: Blaxploitation, 39, 41, 67; kung fu cinema, 50, 53–55, 59–66, 67–68; market in Tanzania, 53; third cinema, 142 Fists of Fury (film), 54, 59 Franklin, Aretha, 42 Freire, Paolo, 15–16 Fusco, Coco, 128 Game of Death, The (film), 62 Gandhi, Indira, 19 Gandhi, Mahatma, 21, 22–23 Gilroy, Paul, 39; There Ain’t No Black in the Union Jack, 111 Glissant, Edouard: Caribbean Discourse, 132–33 Great Britain: Black arts movement, 90–91, 112; Black citizenship, 89–94; Black culture, 92–94; Black theater, 95–105; Black women playwrights, 111–14; colonial policies in East Africa, 74–76, 77; immigration policies, 113; indirect rule, 30, 160n13, 167n12; migration to, 90, 112–13, 156; theater, 95–96 Greater London Council, 112, 124 Guerrero, Ed, 39, 67 I n d e x 5 174 5 Hall, Stuart, 93–94, 119; Policing the Crisis, 94 Harlem Globetrotters, 39 Hashmi, Safdar, 15 Hindes, Andrew, 59 Historic subjects...

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9780816686629
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9780816626373
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OCLC
236343256
Pages
192
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2015-01-01
Language
English
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