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>> 331 Index Abernathy, Ralph, 143 Africa: colonialism and, 5–6, 18–19, 24–26, 98, 111–12, 115, 124, 126, 134–35, 180, 194, 218–19, 237–47; decolonization movements in, 221–23, 248–50, 257–60, 319n105; Garveyism and, 49–61, 63, 223–25, 231; Simone’s performances in, 212–14. See also African National Congress; Makeba, Miriam; “Nkosi Sikelel’ iAfrika”; settler colonialism; South Africa; specific leaders, movements, nations, and organizations “Africa and the Commemoration of Negro History” (Robeson), 127 African descended: Afro-Asian affiliations and, 82–89, 91–95, 130, 134–39, 302n103; Black Power Movement and, 178–91, 193–205, 208–15, 223, 240, 248–52, 279–80, 314n9; citizenship practices and concerns of, 13–15, 21, 29, 40, 49, 74–80, 127–28, 143, 184, 194, 208, 224, 230–38, 257–59, 275; cultural practices of, 72, 77, 106–7, 132, 136–37, 146–52, 170–77, 258–59, 304n27; definitions of, 5–6; labor activism and, 100, 104, 110–16, 143–78, 264, 275–78, 280–81; liberation movements of, 2–4, 8, 12–13, 22–37, 40–50, 100–110, 112–20, 144, 182–92, 230–47, 270–88, 317n67; mobility restrictions upon, 126–28, 174, 232–33; musical production and, 1–3, 6–8, 30, 41–44, 70–74, 100–110, 115–20, 270–88, 304n27, 325n3; nonviolence debates and, 187–92, 202–5, 279, 316n26; primitivism and, 74, 102, 109; rights discourses and, 4–5, 7, 21, 27, 30, 37, 99–100, 128, 182–92, 279–80; surveillance of, 48, 58, 85, 98, 112, 128, 137, 174, 178, 233, 236–46, 266–68, 273–74, 312n59; transnational political movements and, 3–5, 22–37, 49–61, 80, 92–98, 100–139, 193–205, 237–88. See also anthems; diasporas; music; nationalisms; politics and political culture; race; specific movements, organization, and people Africanism (term), 231 African National Congress (ANC): anthemuse of, 12, 225–27, 242–47, 252–60, 285; exilic conditions of, 239–60, 324n74; nonviolence debates within, 230–33, 235–36; political models of, 224. See also apartheid ; exile; South Africa Afrikaans (language), 227, 237, 246–47 Afro-American (newspaper), 109–10 “Ain’t Got No/I Got Life” (Simone), 198 Alexander, Will W., 90 Alfred, B. G., 51 Algeria, 214, 319n105 Ali, Duse Mohammed, 115 Almanac Singers, 152 Amandla (group), 18, 222, 246–60, 324n74 Amenia Conference, 76 “America” (hymn), 274 “America Is My Home” (Brown), 215 American Board of Congregational Missions , 63 American Council of the Institute of Pacific Relations (IPR), 86–87 American Federation of Labor (AFL), 117– 18, 128–29, 152–53, 160 American Film Institute (AFI), 276–77 American Society of African Culture (AMSAC), 213, 319n102 American Tobacco Company (ATC), 154–62, 166–78 The American Tobacco Company and Its Service to the Public (ATC), 156–57 “America the Beautiful” (Bates), 67, 274 Amsterdam News, 34, 109, 212 “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” (Franklin), 218 ANC. See African National Congress Anderson, Mabel, 78 Anderson, Marian, 151 Angola, 63–64, 241, 245, 254 “anthemic event” (term), 15, 270, 279, 286 332 > 333 Brooke, Ed, 97 Brooks, Daphne, 74, 183, 208 Brown, Delphine, 172 Brown, H. Rap, 215, 319n110 Brown, James, 214–15, 319n109 Brown, Lawrence, 99–100, 103, 106–8, 116, 133, 141 Brown v. Board of Education, 138, 187 Burkett, Randall, 39 Burleigh, Harry T., 74, 106–7 Burrell, Benjamin E., 24, 273 Bush, George H. W., 269 Butt, Alfred, 101 call-and-response form. See antiphony Campbell, H. F., 60 Campt, Tina, 5 Canada, 16, 22, 49, 130–33 “The Canary Looks at the Crow” (Hikida), 92 Carawan, Guy, 171, 173–76, 188 Carby, Hazel, 5, 102 Carmichael, Stokely, 191, 214, 250. See also Turé, Kwame Carnegie, Andrew, 56 Carpentier, Alejo, 57 Caughie, Pamela, 136–37 Central Labor Union (Charleston), 155 Césaire, Aime, 214 Chaney, James, 196 Charles, Ray, 259 Charleston Welfare Council, 154 “Chassidic Chant” (folk song), 141 Chicago Defender (newspaper), 114 Childress, Alice, 195 Chuck D., 262, 266, 268 Cipriani, Arthur, 115 citizenship: exilic conditions and, 257–59; gender and, 29, 80; legal definitions and restrictions of, 79, 127–28, 143, 184, 194, 224, 230, 236; practices of, 13, 21–22, 40, 49, 72–79, 127, 208, 238, 257, 275; UNIA and, 28–29. See also African descended; diasporas; performances and performativity ; South Africa; United States Civil Rights Act, 191 Civil Rights Congress, 122, 176–77 Civil Rights Movement, 18, 65, 138–48, 170– 94, 206–7, 215–16, 222...

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