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Table of Contents

  1. Introduction to the Special Issue on African American Expressive Culture and Protest
  2. Tanya Boucicaut
  3. pp. 375-377
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  1. Cloud of Witnesses
  2. p. 378
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  1. Abiding Faith amid Turmoil
  2. John C. McNeill Jr.
  3. p. 379
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  1. Literary Circles
  2. Tiffany Trent
  3. pp. 380-382
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  1. Being a Young Black Woman in Today’s Society . . .
  2. Nylan J. Ntabazi
  3. pp. 383-384
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  1. (Re)Making the Folk: Black Representation and the Folk in Early American Folklore Studies
  2. Ebony L. Bailey
  3. pp. 385-417
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  1. A Testament on the Challenges of Holding HANDS UP
  2. Omiyẹmi Artisia Green
  3. pp. 418-429
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  1. My Blackness
  2. Sharon Attipoe-Dorcoo
  3. p. 430
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  1. A Curly-Headed Dreamer
  2. Jacqueline Desirea Mitchell
  3. pp. 431-433
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  1. Women, Art, and Hope in Black Lives Matter
  2. Talesha Wilson, Ethan Sharp
  3. pp. 434-443
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  1. Blues Narrative: Blues People, COVID-19, and Civil Unrest
  2. Lamont Jack Pearley
  3. pp. 444-455
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  1. You or Me: Song Lyrics
  2. Marquise Knox
  3. pp. 456-457
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  1. Stitching Narratives That Matter: Baron Samedi Visits His New Orleans Cousins
  2. Diana Baird N’Diaye
  3. pp. 458-461
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  1. An Open Letter to the Wickhams (and Other Descendants of Slave Owners)
  2. Anand Prahlad
  3. pp. 462-474
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  1. Hindsight Beyond 2020
  2. BlackLiq
  3. pp. 475-481
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  1. Go-Go Drums, Murals, and Other Weapons in the War for Black Lives
  2. Natalie Hopkinson
  3. pp. 482-491
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  1. Because the movement, it’s never done
  2. Natalie Battles, Kathi King
  3. pp. 492-500
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  1. Dreaming in Motion: Zoom Excerpts from Black Motion Pictures
  2. Gabrielle Civil, Anna Martine Whitehead
  3. pp. 501-512
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  1. These Words
  2. Khari Patrice Jackson
  3. pp. 513-514
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  1. Roger L. Janelli (1943–2021)
  2. Hilary Finchum-Sung, Kyoim Yun
  3. pp. 515-516
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  1. Styling Blackness in Chile: Music and Dance in the African Diaspora by Juan Eduardo Wolf (review)
  2. Yvonne Daniel
  3. pp. 517-519
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  1. Can’t Be Faded: Twenty Years in the New Orleans Brass Band Game by Stooges Brass Band and Kyle DeCoste (review)
  2. Zada Johnson
  3. pp. 519-520
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  1. American Trickster: Trauma, Tradition, and Brer Rabbit by Emily Zobel Marshall (review)
  2. Babacar M’Baye
  3. pp. 520-522
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  1. A Sound History: Lawrence Gellert, Black Musical Protest, and White Denial by Steven P. Garabedian (review)
  2. Lamont Jack Pearley
  3. pp. 522-523
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  1. Sonya Clark: Tatter, Bristle, and Mend
  2. Ashleigh Dior Coren
  3. pp. 524-525
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  1. George Floyd & Anti-Racist Street Art by Todd Lawrence, Paul Lorah and Heather Shirey (review)
  2. Ronada Dominique
  3. pp. 525-527
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  1. Jack Dappa Blues Heritage Preservation Foundation by Lamont Jack Pearley (review)
  2. Jerrilyn McGregory
  3. pp. 527-529
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  1. The Spirit of Protest in Black Culture by Rashaad Parker (review)
  2. Tony M. Royle Jr.
  3. pp. 529-531
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  1. Cornbread, Earl and Me by Joseph Manduke (review)
  2. Junious L. Brickhouse
  3. p. 531
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  1. The Color Purple by Steven Spielberg (review)
  2. Kimber Thomas
  3. pp. 531-532
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  1. Daughters of the Dust by Julie Dash (review)
  2. Marilyn M. White
  3. pp. 532-533
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  1. Spider Tales by Jake M. Blount (review)
  2. Jessica Cushenberry
  3. pp. 533-534
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  1. Listen by Kyshona Armstrong (review)
  2. Christina Harrison-Wilkins
  3. pp. 534-536
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  1. Information about Contributors
  2. pp. 537-540
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