The University of the West Indies Press
Moments of Cooperation and Incorporation
Erna Brodber
Moments of Cooperation and Incorporation
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"Moments of Cooperation and Incorporation is a set of six essays showcasing moments between 1782 and 1996 when the Jamaican and American people of the African diaspora have cooperated with each other in the socio-geographic spaces of each. For both groups, this was a period defined by slavery, resistance, struggles for freedom, decolonization and civil rights. Brodber's work relates the long connections between black Jamaicans and blacks in the United States from the late eighteenth century well into the twentieth century and aims to foster understanding and self-respect among these people brought without their permission to the Americas"--Book cover.

Language
English
ISBN
9789766407087
Title Page
Copyright Page
Contents
Acknowledgements
Introduction
1. African American and African Jamaican Meeting in St Mary, Jamaica, as Slaves of Governor Wright and His Family
2. The African American in Jamaica in the Mid-Nineteenth Century
3. Marcus Garvey and the African Americans
4. African Jamaican and African American Religious Cooperation and Incorporation: A Case Study
5. African American and African Jamaican Encounters Mainly in the Florida Sugar Cane Fields in 1943–1996
6. The Transformation of a Jamaican Healer into a Black Jew by African Americans
Afterword
Notes
Bibliography
Index
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