Freedom in Black History and Culture
Papers presented at a Symposium on Freedom in Black History held February 1996 at the Portland State University, Portland, Oregon, USA.
Secrets of Maroon heroism, as pioneer freedom fighters of the African Diaspora E. Kofi Agorsah -- Freedom of this World: Circum-Caribbean fiction as Latin American metaphor / Frederick Nunn -- Freedom as a continuing process in Dutch Caribbean History and culture / Jay B. Haviser -- Black woman in the public eye: an ethno-anthropological perspective -- Genesis of freedom in Ghana: the spark that set the African continent ablaze / Kwaku Mensah -- Liberation struggles of Jamaican livestock farms during and after slavery / Verene Shepherd -- Freedom through economic integration / Francis Wambalaba -- Determined to be free: marronage and freedom in Mauritius / Satyendra Peerthum -- Equity in South African higher education : institutional pressures and freedom / Ridwan Nytagodien and Lorenzo Morris -- Freedom voices from the past: experience of apprentice women in South Africa / Satteeanund Peerthum -- Land ownership and economic freedom among pot slavery plantation societies in the Caribbean / Veronica Dujon
© 2001 Arrow Point Press
Agorsah, E.K., & Symposium on Freedom in Black History (1996 : Portland State University). (2001). Freedom in Black History and Culture. Middletown, CA: Arrow Point Press.