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The Making of African America

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Published by Penguin USA, Inc. in New York .
Written in English


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ISBN 109781101189351, 9781101189894


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In The Making of African America, Berlin challenges the traditional presentation of a linear, progressive history from slavery to freedom. Instead, he puts forth the idea that four great migrations, between the seventeenth and twenty-first centuries, lie at the heart of black American culture and its by: About The Making of African America.

An award-winning historian’s sweeping new interpretation of the African American experience. In this masterful account, Ira Berlin, one of the nation’s most distinguished historians, offers a revolutionary-and sure to be controversial-new view of African American history.

Students of African American history have often seen it as linear in character, beginning in slavery and moving broadly forward to emancipation and freedom. In his new book, "The Making of African America: the Four Great Migrations", Ira Berlin modifies and deepens the linear view/5.

Despite the culture clash, however, black immigrants have also made crucial contributions to African-American culture. For example, Berlin notes, many early hip-hop artists were of Caribbean descent. An insightful meditation on the physical and cultural journeys of African-Americans. THE MAKING OF AFRICAN AMERICA: The Four Great Migrations User Review - Kirkus.

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In most cases, the reviews are necessarily limited to those that were available to us ahead of publication. “The Making of African America” is primarily a story of the resilience, creativity and courage African-Americans drew upon as they engaged. In The Making of African America, Berlin aims to reformulate the grand arc of African-American history in a way that is true to the past and at the same time includes this newest generation of immigrants.

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