Sunday, November 14 / 10:15 AM - 12:00 PM

Session 251
New Perspectives on the Long Civil Rights Movement

1. The Use of American Sociology’s “Race Relations” Paradigm to Silence W.E.B. Du Bois’ Critiques of Racial Capitalism at the U.N. (1948-1951)Julia Bates, Sacred Heart University.

2. "All Power to the People" and its Constitutional Antecedents: The Role of Constitutional Thought in the Black Panther Party's Framing Strategies, 1969-1971Willa Sachs, Yale University.

3. Waves of Empowerment: Black Radio and the Civil Rights MovementTianyi Wang, University of Copenhagen.

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