The Artistic Activism of Elombe Brath.

By: Aiello, ThomasMaterial type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooksPublisher: Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 2021Description: 1 online resource (287 p.)ISBN: 9781496835413; 1496835417Subject(s): African American wit and humor | Humorists, American | Coloring books | African Americans in art | African Americans -- PortraitsAdditional physical formats: Print version:: The Artistic Activism of Elombe BrathDDC classification: 818.540209 LOC classification: E185.97.B812Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- The Artistic Activism of ELOMBE BRATH -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- Part One ELOMBE BRATH IN CONTEXT -- 1. The Caribbean Origins of Elombe Brath's Radicalism -- 2. The Life and Work of Elombe Brath -- 3. The Rhetorical Origins of Elombe Brath's Satire -- Part Two BRATH'S EARLY WORK -- 4. Down Beat Jazz Record Reviews Illustrations, 1957 -- 5. Cartoons from Beat Jokes, Bop Humor, & Cool Cartoons, 1960 -- Part Three COMIC RADICALISM -- 6. Comic Radicalism -- 7. Congressman Carter and Beatnick Jackson Comic Strips, 1960-1961
8. Color Us Cullud! The American Negro Leadership Official Coloring Book, 1964 -- 9. Annotations to the Coloring Book -- Part Four MISCELLANEOUS ART AND ESSAYS -- 10. Miscellaneous Activist Art, 1963-1970 -- 11. Essays, 1979-1990s -- Black Solidarity Day Denounces Rights Record -- The US at 205 -- From 1900 to 2000: The Pan-African Century: A Vindication and Victory for the Vision of Marcus Garvey -- Black Political Opportunists: Dis' the Anti-Apartheid Movement -- Notes -- Bibliography -- About the Author
Summary: Collected for the first time, an exploration of the artwork and commentary of a forgotten activist during the civil rights movement.
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Cover -- The Artistic Activism of ELOMBE BRATH -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- Part One ELOMBE BRATH IN CONTEXT -- 1. The Caribbean Origins of Elombe Brath's Radicalism -- 2. The Life and Work of Elombe Brath -- 3. The Rhetorical Origins of Elombe Brath's Satire -- Part Two BRATH'S EARLY WORK -- 4. Down Beat Jazz Record Reviews Illustrations, 1957 -- 5. Cartoons from Beat Jokes, Bop Humor, & Cool Cartoons, 1960 -- Part Three COMIC RADICALISM -- 6. Comic Radicalism -- 7. Congressman Carter and Beatnick Jackson Comic Strips, 1960-1961

8. Color Us Cullud! The American Negro Leadership Official Coloring Book, 1964 -- 9. Annotations to the Coloring Book -- Part Four MISCELLANEOUS ART AND ESSAYS -- 10. Miscellaneous Activist Art, 1963-1970 -- 11. Essays, 1979-1990s -- Black Solidarity Day Denounces Rights Record -- The US at 205 -- From 1900 to 2000: The Pan-African Century: A Vindication and Victory for the Vision of Marcus Garvey -- Black Political Opportunists: Dis' the Anti-Apartheid Movement -- Notes -- Bibliography -- About the Author

Collected for the first time, an exploration of the artwork and commentary of a forgotten activist during the civil rights movement.

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Thomas Aiello is associate professor of history and African American studies at Valdosta State University. He is author of several publications, including The Grapevine of the Black South: The Scott Newspaper Syndicate in the Generation before the Civil Rights Movement .

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