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Thu Oct 16 17:49:55 2014 UTClccn-n500386870.08Dr. Kenneth Clark--the ghetto0.511.00Not so simple justice : Kenneth B. Clark, civil rights, and the dilemma of power, 1940-1980 /108627711n 5003868773910Clark, Kenneth.Clark, Kenneth 1914-2005Clark, Kenneth B.Clark, Kenneth B. 1914-2005Clark, Kenneth B. (Kenneth Bancroft), 1914-2005Clark, Kenneth Bancroft.クラーク, K. Bクラーク, ケネス・Blccn-n80015395Parsons, Talcott1902-1979edtlccn-n79076619Baldwin, James1924-1987lccn-n79084324King, Martin LutherJr1929-1968lccn-n79148296X, Malcolm1925-1965lccn-no2007060648Hopkins, Jeannettelccn-no98087533City University of New YorkCity CollegeSocial Dynamics Research Institutelccn-n85346151Community Action Program (U.S.)lccn-n79086832Metropolitan Applied Research Centerlccn-n96023979Clark, Mamie Phippshnrlccn-n96023936Northside Center for Child DevelopmentClark, Kenneth Bancroft1914-2005InterviewsHistoryUnited StatesSocial historyAfrican Americans--Social conditionsRace relationsNew York (State)--New YorkNew York (State)--New York--HarlemAfrican Americans--Civil rightsAfrican Americans--SegregationAfrican AmericansClark, Kenneth Bancroft,RacismSegregation in educationPrejudicesPrejudices in childrenRace awareness in childrenSelf-perception in childrenPower (Social sciences)Community Action Program (U.S.)Social scientistsSocial ethicsBaldwin, James,King, Martin Luther,--Jr.,X, Malcolm,Community development, UrbanNorthside Center for Child DevelopmentClark, Mamie PhippsSocial work with African American childrenCommunity mental health services for childrenSocial work with minoritiesAfrican American children--Services forBunche, Ralph J.--(Ralph Johnson),Education, UrbanInner citiesUrban policyBearden, Romare,Political and social viewsAfrican American intellectualsBaraka, Amiri,Hansberry, Lorraine,Civil rights movementsPolitical cultureAfrican Americans--PsychologyAfrican Americans--Race identitySocial psychologyGroup identityInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Discrimination in educationChild developmentEducationSocial sciences191420051939194019451946194719501951195319541955195619571958196019631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199119921994199519961997200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102013201414724200417301.451F128.9.N3ocn000423041ocn000027372ocn000895068ocn500258622ocn314463200ocn316806539ocn643907655ocn574809051ocn312963782ocn310633020ocn056089663274141ocn000711022book19650.37Clark, Kenneth BancroftDark ghetto : dilemmas of social powerExamines the facts of life in the Black ghetto, the power structure of the ghetto, and presents a strategy for change+-+7177104635181622ocn000423041book19650.47Parsons, TalcottThe Negro American159019ocn000190911book19550.47Clark, Kenneth BancroftPrejudice and your child+-+K006104635107010ocn000858278book19730.39Clark, Kenneth BancroftPathos of power9308ocn000839288book19630.47Clark, Kenneth BancroftThe Negro protest: James Baldwin, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King talk with Kenneth B. ClarkInterviewsContains primary source material92311ocn000027372book19680.59Clark, Kenneth BancroftA Relevant war against poverty; a study of community action programs and observable social change4668ocn053975499book20040.66Racial identity in context : the legacy of Kenneth B. Clark"Racial Identity in Context: The Legacy of Kenneth B. Clark is both a tribute to and an evaluation of the work and legacy of Kenneth B. Clark, the psychologist whose groundbreaking studies on racial identity helped shape the momentous Brown v. Board of Education decision in 1954. Clark's seminal work serves as the springboard for the contributors' discussion of the role of racial identity in the on-going struggle for equality for African Americans. The progress toward racial equality notwithstanding, race continues to define the culture of the United States, keeping its citizens from developing the just society envisioned by Clark and his contemporaries+-+77762964063986ocn000360688book19720.66Clark, Kenneth BancroftA possible reality; a design for the attainment of high academic achievement for inner-city students3593ocn010229432book19850.39King, Martin LutherKing, Malcolm, Baldwin : three interviewsInterviews3106ocn000312386book19700.74Sherriffs, Alex CHow relevant is education in America today?2562ocn052814443book20040.74Clark, Kenneth BancroftToward humanity and justice : the writings of Kenneth B. Clark, scholar of the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education decisionHistory"This first collection of black psychologist Dr. Kenneth B. Clark's body of work over a half-century reveals his insight into the fields of social science, education, politics, and the law. He tells the inside story of the ground-breaking studies he made of black public school children, showing they lacked self-esteem because they were treated separately and differently than their white counterparts. His social science papers were the basis for the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark decision of May 17, 1954, that state-sponsored segregation in public schools violated the Fourteenth Amendment of the Constitution."--BOOK JACKET+-+14502402752206ocn000417072book19720.82Clark, Kenneth BancroftThe Educationally deprived; the potential for change1863ocn001093868book19740.77Clark, Kenneth BancroftThe American Revolution : democratic politics and popular education : delivered in the Little Red Schoolhouse, St. Charles, Minnesota, on April 24, 19741592ocn000189633book19630.84Clark, Kenneth BancroftThe Negro student at integrated colleges1382ocn002790013book19650.88Clark, Kenneth BancroftSocial and economic implications of integration in the public schools1057ocn008817063book19400.95Clark, Kenneth BancroftSome factors influencing the remembering of prose material981ocn000186710book19710.79Clark, Kenneth BancroftCrisis in urban education926ocn027453881book19660.59Clark, Kenneth BancroftGhetto noir [Dark ghetto]893ocn007740362book19810.77Clark, Kenneth BancroftThe nineteen eighties--prologue and prospect842ocn000664706book19660.86Clark, Kenneth BancroftSocial power and social change in contemporary America : an address by Dr. Kenneth B. Clark6775ocn034413228book19960.39Markowitz, Gerald EChildren, race, and power : Kenneth and Mamie Clark's Northside CenterCase studies"Both an intellectual biography of the Clarks and a history of the influence of their Northside Center in Harlem." The Clarks are known for their studies of African American children given black and white dolls+-+36217406954893ocn861199791file20130.63Matlin, DanielOn the corner : African American intellectuals and the urban crisisHistoryBiographyMain description: In July 1964 when a Harlem riot shifted attention to the crisis in northern cities, African American intellectuals were thrust into the spotlight as interpreters of black urban life to white America. On the Corner revisits the moment when black urban life became, for these intellectuals, "the topic that is reserved for blacks."4823ocn030594234book19950.66Keppel, BenThe work of democracy : Ralph Bunche, Kenneth B. Clark, Lorraine Hansberry, and the cultural politics of raceHistoryThirty years after the greatest legislative triumphs of the civil rights movement, overcoming racism remains what Martin Luther King, Jr., once called America's unfinished "work of democracy." Why this remains true is the subject of Ben Keppel's book. By carefully tracing the public lives of Ralph Bunche, Kenneth B. Clark, and Lorraine Hansberry, Keppel illuminates how the mainstream media selectively appropriated the most challenging themes, ideas, and goals of the struggle for racial equality so that difficult questions about the relationship between racism and American democracy could be softened, if not entirely evaded. Keppel traces the circumstances and cultural politics that transformed each individual into a participant-symbol of the postwar struggle for equality. Here we see how United Nations ambassador Ralph Bunche, the first African-American to receive the Nobel Peace Prize, came to symbolize the American Dream while Bunche's opposition to McCarthyism was ignored. The emergence of psychologist and educator Kenneth B. Clark marked the ascendancy of the child and the public school as the leading symbols of the civil rights movement. Yet Keppel details how Clark's blueprint for "community action" was thwarted by machine politics. Finally, the author chronicles the process by which the "American Negro" became an "African-American" by considering the career of playwright Lorraine Hansberry. Keppel reveals how both the journalistic and the academic establishment rewrote the theme of her prizewinning play A Raisin in the Sun to conform to certain well-worn cultural conventions and the steps Hansberry took to reclaim the message of her classic. The Work of Democracy uses biography in innovative ways to reflect on how certain underlying cultural assumptions and values of American culture simultaneously advanced and undermined the postwar struggle for racial equality711ocn728679677file20050.35Contemporary Black biography. profiles from the international Black communityBiographyProvides informative biographical profiles of the important and influential persons of African American and/or black heritage. Covers persons of various nationalities in a wide variety of fields, including architecture, art, business, dance, education, fashion, film, industry, journalism, law, literature, medicine, music, politics and government, publishing, religion, science and technology, social issues, sports, television, theater, and others+-+5974212325291ocn527366180book19940.23Contemporary Black biography. Profiles from the international Black communityBiographyBiographical profiles of important and influential persons of African heritage who form the international black community. Covers persons of various nationalities in a wide variety of fields providing coverage of names found in today's headlines as well as selected individuals from earlier in this century whose influence continues to have an impact on contemporary life151ocn000122851book19700.94Jenkins, Betty LanierKenneth B. Clark; a bibliographyBibliography81ocn003417723rcrd19750.82Clark, Kenneth BancroftAn interview with Kenneth ClarkThis tape features an interview with Dr. Kenneth Clark. Dr. Clark discusses his career and the influences upon it. Within this context, he talks about the effects of racism both within psychology and education. One of Dr. Clark's major concerns is the role professionals should play in political and social influences in human relations. Dr. Clark discusses the psychologists' responsibilities concerning both the practical applications of their work and the research which they perform. He speaks about the genetics movements and the need to control the behavior of those individuals with political power41ocn027498507mix19920.47Keppel, Ben GarethT̀he work of democracy' : Ralph Bunche, Kenneth B. Clark, Lorraine Hansberry and the cultural politics of racial equality32ocn057179528mix20041.00Freeman, Damon WNot so simple justice : Kenneth B. Clark, civil rights, and the dilemma of power, 1940-198022ocn705828128book19890.47Clark, Kenneth BancroftReminiscences of Kenneth Bancroft ClarkBiographyInterviews21ocn318811210book20050.47Communiqué : remembering our pastJuly 2005 issue of Communiqué, the journal of the Office of Ethnic Minority Affairs, Public Interest Directorate, American Psychological Association. In addition to the usual content, there is a special section "Remembering our past," recognizing the legacy of Kenneth Bancroft Clark and several other noted psychologists who died in 2005 and the twenty-fifth anniversary of the BEMA/CEMA (Board of Ethnic Minority Affairs/Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs) of the American Psychological Association21ocn006426809visu19700.08Dr. Kenneth Clark--the ghettoKenneth Clark debates with Mr. Buckley concerning a solution for the problems of the ghetto21ocn000476440visu19700.47William Buckley's firing line11ocn060378075rcrd20010.47Race and identity conferenceRace and identity : Perspectives on American society: A conference on psychology12ocn309729829book19761.00Clark, Mamie PhippsReminiscences of Mamie Phipps Clark :InterviewsArkansas childhood; BS, MS, Howard University; PhD., Columbia University, 1946; Riverdale Children's Association; founding of Northside Center, 1946; child psychology with underprivileged urban children; relationship of community and Northside Center; impressions of Adam Clayton Powell11ocn309729847book19761.00Clark, Kenneth BancroftReminiscences of Kenneth Bancroft Clark :InterviewsFamily background, childhood and education, Howard University, 1936, PhD, Columbia University, 1940; teaching career at City College; with wife Mamie, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People witness on psychological damage of racial segregation; founding of Northside Center for Child Development, 1946; political clashes involving Harlem Youth Opportunities; impressions of Adam Clayton Powell, Malcolm X; DARK GHETTO, 1965; establishment of Metropolitan Applied Research Center, 1967; federal and local education commissions; American Psychological Association, 1972, presidential address and aftermath11ocn071061027mix1.00American Psychological AssociationRecords of the American Psychological AssociationRecords and correspondenceCorrespondents include George W. Albee, Arthur Centor, Isador Chein, Kenneth Bancroft Clark, Dorothy Clendenen, John Gordon Darley, Nicholas Hobbs, Erasmus Leonard Hoch, John McVee Hunt, Thelma Hunt, Joseph B. Margolin, Wilbert James McKeachie, John H. McMillan, Fillmore H. Sanford, Leona Elizabeth Tyler, Dael Lee Wolfle, Robert Mearns Yerkes, and Joan S. Zaro11ocn070982019file1.00Smythe, Hugh HHugh H. Smythe and Mabel M. Smythe papersCorrespondence, memoranda, reports, minutes, lectures, speeches, writings including the Smythes' joint work, The New Nigerian Elite (1960), newspaper and magazine clippings, printed material, photographs, and other papers relating chiefly to their diplomatic and academic careers. Includes material on their involvement with the U.S. Advisory Commission on International Educational and Cultural Affairs, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, and various United Nations commissions; Hugh Smythe's ambassadorships to Syria and Malta; Mabel Smythe's ambassadorship to Cameroon and her duties at the State Dept.'s Bureau of African Affairs; and their experiences in West Africa and Japan11ocn021280281visu19740.10Kenneth Bancroft Clark: American psychologist and educator, July 24, 1914Portraits11ocn019655512mix1.00Judicial Council of the National Bar AssociationRecordsCreated in 1970 to focus on racial integration of federal and state judiciaries, prison reform, and related issues. Ca. 1.6 ft. including correspondence, minutes, financial records, resolutions, newsletters, lists, photographs, press releases, and other printed items. The Council was created in 1970 as an independent section of the National Bar Association, and Crockett was appointed coordinator. The Council has its own officers, by-laws, programs, and treasury. Correspondence is mostly to or from Crockett and usually concerns itself with membership of the Council, issues such as prison reform, busing, and integration of federal and state judiciaries+-+7776296406+-+7776296406Thu Oct 16 16:10:00 EDT 2014batch31342