Overview:Sports and the Racial Divide: African American and Latino Experience in an Era of Change - With essays by Ron Briley, Michael Ezra, Sarah K. Fields, Billy Hawkins, Jorge Iber, Kurt Kemper, Michael E. Lomax, Samuel O. Regalado, Richard Santillan, and Maureen Smith This anthology explores the intersection of race, ethnicity, and sports and analyzes the forces that shaped the African American and Latino sports experience in post-World War II America. Contributors reveal that sports often reinforced dominant ideas about race and racial supremacy but that at other times sports became a platform for addressing racial and social injustices. The African American sports experience represented the continuation of the ideas of Black Nationalism--racial solidarity, black empowerment, and a determination to fight against white racism. Three of the essayists discuss the protest at the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico City. In football, baseball, basketball, boxing, and track and field, African American athletes moved toward a position of group strength, establishing their own values and simultaneously rejecting the cultural norms of whites. Among Latinos, athletic achievement inspired community celebrations and became a way to express pride in ethnic and religious heritages as well as a diversion from the work week. Sports was a means by which leadership and survival tactics were developed and used in the political arena and in the fight for justice. Michael E. Lomax is associate professor of health and sport studies at the University of Iowa and the author of Black Baseball Entrepreneurs, 1860-1901: Operating by Any Means Necessary. Kenneth L. Shropshire is David W. Hauck Professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and director of the school's Sports Business initiative.
This book is on page /0fb06c92acf561788291222b8bb2eff7/book/1603725646-9781604730142. It was written by the following authors: Michael Lomax, Kenneth L. Shropshire. Book Sports and the Racial Divide: African American and Latino Experience in an Era of Change, which can be read online, published by the company: University Press of Mississippi. Other books on similar topics can be found in sections: Society, Sports Books, History, Education, Politics. The book was published on 2008-08-30 00:00:00. It has 288 pages and is published in Hardback format and weight 522 g. File for download Sports and the Racial Divide: African American and Latino Experience in an Era of Change has PDF format and is called sports-and-the-racial-divide-african-american-and-latino-experience-in-an-era-of-change.pdf. Other books you can download below. Our poumm.fr site is not responsible for the content of PDF files.
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