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[book] IN THE BLACK
A HISTORY OF AFRICAN AMERICANS ON WALL STREET
by GREGORY S BELL

January 2002. Wiley. Here, for the first time, is the fascinating history of the African American experience on Wall Street as told by Gregory Bell, the son of the Travers Bell, who founded the first black-owned member firm of the New York Stock Exchange. A successful finance professional in his own right with close ties to leading figures in both the black financial and civil rights communities, Gregory Bell tells the stories of the pioneers who broke down the ancient social and political barriers to African American participation in the nation's financial industry. We learn about McGhee and Company, and Patterson and Company, two early black owned firms. Learn about how Merrill Lynch hired three black brokers in 1965. With the help of profiles of many important black leaders. Includes profiles of E. Stanley O'Neal, COO and President of Merrill Lynch, and Russell Goings, founder of First Harlem Securities and cofounder of First Harlem Securities. On Wall Street, you are remembered only for your last price, trade, or quarterly report. History is not dwelled on; today's young leaders probably wouldn't know JP Morgan, Muriel Siebert, or EF Hutton if they tripped over them. Not would many even know the names Hornblower, First Harlem, Bache, Hutton, or Shearson. But, as of this writing, with African Americans leading both Merrill Lynch and Credit Suisse First Boston, it is nice to read a concise history of African Americans on Wall Street. Did you know that in the 1960's, Merrill Lynch, with 2500 fixed commission brokers, hired only 3 African American brokers? If not for this book, who would know of Thorvald McGregor (MercerHicks) and Lawrence Lewis (Abraham & Co) , the first two African American Registered Reps in 1949? Or Abraham Cowing (FL Salomon); Howard Law grad Norman McGhee (McGhee and Company, the first black NASD securities firm); Philip Jenkins and Earle Fisher (Baruch Brothers) who started Special Markets; Lilla St John (Oppenheimer), the first black female broker in 1953; June Middleton (Cohen Simonson); Attorney Wylie H. Whisonant (Bache); Clarence B. Jones (Carter, Berlind, Sanford Weill, & Arthur Levitt);or Joseph L Searles (the first black full member of the NYSE in 1970)? The author, Gregory Bell, is the son of the Travers Bell, who founded the first black-owned member firm of the New York Stock Exchange, so he had deep access to the inside story of the black history of Wall Street. Although there were a couple of paragraphs that I might not have agreed with (the notion that African Americans did not invest in equities in the 1950's because they were more concerned with basic civil rights than investing), the book remains an excellent, informative read. It is especially interesting when discussing the trials of how companies were founded (For example, Daniels and Bell hatched their business plan after seeing The Wiz on Broadway, spent a year trying to get financing, and finally scored some needed fund after Myron Kandell wrote a story on their efforts and Nixon's SEC Chief William Casey pushed through an exemption to some rules for them and influenced his friends to invest in the firm), as well as when discussing the effect of Municipal policies to require that a percentage of their Public Finance business be done with minority owned vendors. Click to read more.







[book] BLACK WHITE AND JEWISH: AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A SHIFTING SELF
by Rebecca Walker

Hardcover - 288 pages (December 28, 2000).
Like a painting by the African American artist, Kerry James Marshall, Rebecca Walker is multi-layered. The daughter of the novelist Alice Walker writes about her pain and struggle to find a place between her divorced parents vastly different worlds, black and white, Jewish and non-Jewish. Her mother, Alice Walker, is, of course, the famed African American author, while Rebecca's father is the Jewish lawyer, Mel Leventhal. (kind of similar to Lisa Jones, the daughter of Hetty Jones, the Jewish author, and Amiri Baraka, the African American poet.) . Her parents got married in Mississippi when interracial marriages were still illegal. Born in 1969, in a newly desegregated hospital in Jackson, Mississippi, she was a child of the civil rights movement. But when the marriage ended, what was her identity? (in contrast to being in an airport, where you have a definite identity and goal, that of passenger and destination) Each chapter is freshly written in the precocious voice of Rebecca at the age of her events, whether she be a preteen or an adult. Rebecca's writes of identity, a life in a divorced family, prejudice, and Jewish relatives who are wary of her (it's as if you aren't really part of the family, but there as part of an affirmative action program). But at the same time, reserved, she admits that she was unable to fully commit to either sides of the family. She writes of a boyfriend who doesn't think she is black enough, sexuality, drug use, teenage abortion, ballet prejudice, body form, how she loved to sneak off to the poorer sections of the Bronx from her father's home in Riverdale, how she was often thought of as the baby sitter for are light skinned step-siblings, or a bookish cracker by her some black cousins, and other cutting edge topics. She writes about the feelings you experience when your blood ancestry doesn't claim you fully, and you have to create a new family and identity. A book to experience.

By the way, a writer in Lillith Magazine, calls Walker's book, "unexamined, irresponsible and almost comically stereotypical...[it] uses ugly, unabashed stereotypes about Jewish life and, in particular, Jewish women... Walker's prepackaged anti-Semitic invocation of the JAP and the spoiled manipulative Jewish wife will have a profound effect on young American feminists." Walker has responded to past criticisms by saying, "all I can say is, that's the community I was in - extremely privileged - and I tried to be as honest to the experience as I could be."
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[book] TUFF by Paul Beaty
Knopf. May 2000. A social satire novel about Winston Tuffy Foshay, an obese 19 year old African American in Spanish Harlem, who is offered $20,000 to run for city council by Spenser Throckmorton, your all around lecturer, journalist, and freelance Rabbi. Tuffy's father is in jail, and Tuffy is married to Yolanda, mother of their son, Jordy, Click to read more.




[book] The Way Forward Is With a Broken Heart
By Alice Walker

October 2000. Hardcover - (October 3, 2000) Alice Walker, the author of The Color Purple, presents this collection of thirteen stories. One story, titled, "To My Young Husband" is a autobiographical story about her decade long marriage to a young Jewish civil rights lawyer and their life with their daughter in Mississippi and Brooklyn. (Walker, in real life was married to Mel Leventhal, a Jewish fellow civil rights activist. Together they had a daughter, but divorced after a decade of marriage, after Leventhal had an affair, etc) In another story, a mother confronts the church that wants her to ostracize her lesbian daughter.
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[book] THE COLOR OF WATER: A Black Man's Tribute to His White Mother by James McBride
Paperback - 291 pages (February 1997). Three and half years since publication and still a best seller in the United States, this is Mister McBride's memoir of growing up black with a strong willed Jewish mother, a rabbi's daughter. Easily one of the greatest books of the decade. Click to read more.
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[book] Shared Dreams: Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Jewish Community by Rabbi Marc Schneier Preface by Martin Luther King, III
Hardcover - 352 pages (November 1999) Jewish Lights Publishing. Did you know that two members of the Tallahassee Ten were Reform rabbis from New Jersey? You mean blacks and Jews did not all walk hand-in-hand during the Fifties and Sixties, even though 67% of white Freedom Riders were Jewish? You mean not everyone prayed with their feet like Rabbi Heschel in Selma? You're telling me that Rabbi Maurice Eisendrath, president of the UAHC, leader in social action, was forced by his members to withdraw an invitation to King to speak at the group's 1959 Miami conclave? Which Orthodox rabbis fought for civil rights? Did the Reverend James Bevel, a leader of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference in Selma, Ala., actually wear a kippah at his rallies, and did it protect him from the sheriffs? In this book, Rabbi Schneir unfolds the story of Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King's support for human and civil rights for Jews, his use of the Jewish experience in his speeches, and his call for the Baptists to stop trying to convert Jews. Rabbi Schneir, the son of Rabbi Arthur Schneir of Manhattan's Park East Synagogue, is a rabbi, former real estate salesperson, founding rabbi of the West Hampton Synagogue, planner of the Palm Beach Synagogue, force behind a new cross-denominational rabbinical assembly, leader of the New York Board of Rabbis, President of the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding, and member of the NAACP (I am quite sure I remember him on the dais at a recent NAACP dinner). Schneier is quite frank, and includes the story of how some Jews were reluctant to aid the civil rights movement and were wary of the far-left-wing Jews in King's entourage. He also discusses King's attitudes toward Israel, Zionism, militarism and the Six Day War. Did you know that in 1968, when King spoke at the Conservative Rabbinical Assembly's convention, he was greeted by over a thousand rabbis singing "We Shall Overcome" in Hebrew. King was planning to join Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel for a Pesach seder in 1968, but was assassinated before he could. Click to read more.
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[book] Under the Knife : How a Wealthy Negro Surgeon Wielded Power in the Jim Crow South by Hugh Pearson
Hardcover - 249 pages (February 2000). Doctor Joseph Griffin was a prominent physician and healer in Atlanta. He was also black. And he, unlike other black physicians of the time, amassed great wealth. He was known as the "black jew" by townspeople. He graduated from Meharry Medical College in 1915, and practiced medicine in Bainbridge, Georgia. Like the Jews who emulated him, he built two hospitals for black patients, since white hospitals wouldn't accept them. It is a brutally honest story which includes information on griffin's lucrative abortion practice and his accumulation of property through liens on the homes of poor patients. While the author mentions how the Ehrlichs, a Jewish family, brought Pearson to Bainbridge, he is a tad wary of giving credit to Jews for support of the black community. He shows the good and bad sides of individual Jews. This is his story of his rise to strength and power, and how he was able to survive without getting lynched. Click to read more.
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[book] The Group by Hilton Als
Hardcover - 192 pages (Jan 2000) FS&G. Wow. In 1948, James Baldwin wrote that the Negro identified as a Jew awaiting Moses to lead him out of Egypt. Hilton Als picks up where Baldwin left off, and studies the intellectual and moral relationships between blacks and Jews. Als dissects Baldwin's associations with the editors Saul Levitas, Elliot Cohen, Philip Rahv, and Robert Warshaw (the "group"). He also confronts Bernard Malamud's relationship to blacks, and James Baldwin's migration towards the philosophy of the black radicals. Hmmm, but why is Als writing this? Als, who works for The New Yorker.... cuz Als then writes about his own life and his dichotomy between the world of the Jewish intellectuals and editors and black intellectuals. Click to read more.
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[book] BLACK ZION: African American religious Encounters with Judaism. Edited by Nathaniel Deutsch and Yvonne Chireaux
paperback - 236 pages (Jan 2000) Oxford University Press. Chireaux and Deutsch, historians teaching at Swarthmore College have edited these ten chapters about the lives of some of the estimated 132,000 American Jews who identify themselves as black, and the 239,000 African Americans that feel a personal connection to the Jewish religion. Yes, there is an essay on MLK Jr and AJ Heschel, but the other essays focus on the relationships between Jewish and black identities and lives in the USA; the story of Hebrew Israelites (the black sect from Chicago that emigrated to Dimona in 1969); the connections between Judaism and the black hybrid of Islam; the connection between Haitian Voduo and Jewish popular characterizations; and the use of old synagogues by black churches. Click to read more.
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[book] SUGAR IN THE RAW. VOICES OF YOUNG BLACK GIRLS IN AMERICA by Rebecca Carroll.
Paperback. 1997. Crown Publishing. Interviews with 15 young back women, aged 11 to 18, from cities and towns across the USA. Click to read more.




[book] I May Not Get There With You: The True Martin Luther King Jr. by Michael Eric Dyson.
404 Pages. The Free Press. December 1999. Well, given enough time, the revisionists always get a chance to take another look at your life. This time it is MLK Jr's turn for the treatment. Dyson is a Baptist minister and the Ida B Wells Barnett Professor at DePaul. At UNC, he authored "Making Malcolm: The Myth and Meaning of Malcolm X"; "Reflecting Black"; and a book on Gangsta Rap, too. Dyson provides a scholarly biography of Reverend MLK Jr, and along the way accuses King of plagiarism, adultery, and sexism. When King was assassinated, it was three years after his Nobel Prize, and the black radical movement was overshadowing his stature. Dyson accuses King of being isolated and depressed the night before his assassination in Memphis. Dyson feels that white liberal support dried up when King entered Chicago, pushed for integration in Northern cities, and called for an end to the Viet Nam War (this turned the NAACP and Urban League against him. It also turned LBJ vociferously against him. Johnson called him, "goddamned nigger preacher"). Dyson rails harshly against the King family, which limits the access to King's papers in order to maintain his image. Click to read more.
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[book] Black, Jewish and Interracial : It's Not the Color of Your Skin, but the Race of Your Kin by: Katya Gibel Azoulay. Duke Univ Press
How do adult children of interracial parents--one parent Jewish, one Black--think about personal identity? This question is at the heart of Katya Gibel Azoulay's BLACK, JEWISH, AND INTERRACIAL. Motivated by her own experience as the child of a Jewish mother and Jamaican father, Gibel Azoulay blends historical, theoretical, and personal perspectives to explore the possibilities and meanings that arise when Black and Jewish identities merge.


[book] Farther Along. A Civil Rights Memoir by Marvin Caplan.
The child of a long line of kosher butchers, Caplan founded the Southern Jewish Outlook newspaper after WWII in Richmond Virginia, and also a chapter of the Labor Zionists. In DC, he founded Neighbors Inc. This is his memoir of life in the civil rights movement. Click to read more.
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[book] Walking With the Wind : A Memoir of the Movement by Congressman John Lewis, Michael D'Orso
Paperback - 496 pages (October 1999). Congressman Lewis' excellent memoir of the civil rights struggle. Click to read more.
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[book] Destined to Witness : Growing Up Black in Nazi Germany by Hans J. Massaquoi
Hardcover - 384 pages (November 1999) William Morrow. Hans Massaquoi, a former managing editor at EBONY magazine, grew up in Nazi Germany as a black man. It's rather hard to hide out and impersonate an Aryan when you are of mixed race. The son of a well-to-do Liberian and a white German nurse, Hans lived a privileged toddler's life befitting the grandson of a diplomat. Hans and his mother become part of Hamburg's poor working class when his father returned to Liberia. For twelve agonizing years following Hitler's rise to power, Hans, like all non-Aryans, was dehumanized and devalued by the Nazis. Living in constant fear of death, by either the Gestapo executioners or Allied bombs, Hans's existence became increasingly precarious until liberation by British troops in 1945. What sets Hans's story apart from other memoirs of the Holocaust era is that his high visibility made him an easily recognizable target, stranded without the comfort of a racial community of any sort. Click to read more.
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[book] Blacks in the Jewish Mind : A Crisis of Liberalism by Seth Forman
Hardcover - 350 pages (August 1998) NYU Press. Click to read more.
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[book] Lovesong - Becoming A Jew by Julius Lester
Paperback Reprint edition (September 1995). Lester's journey as a black civil rights leader to conversion to Judaism. Click to read more.
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[book] An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments With Truth
by Mahadev Desai (Translator), Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, and Sissela Bok

Paperback - 528 pages Reprint edition (November 1993). Ghandi's Autobiography





[book] Gandhi : A Life
by Yogesh Chadha

Paperback - 546 pages 1 edition (September 3, 1999). A more balanced study of Ghandi's life





A leader of Conscience, not a leader of consensus - Rev Martin Luther King, Jr.

[book] A Testament of Hope : The Essential Writings and Speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr.
by James Melvin Washington (Editor), Martin Luther, Jr. King

Paperback - 736 pages Reprint edition (January 1991)







[book] Stride Toward Freedom : The Montgomery Story
by Martin Luther, Jr. King

King's full account of the Montgomery bus strike--the classic story of nonviolent resistance in America.







[book] Why We Can't Wait
by Martin Luther, Jr. King

In 1963, Birmingham, Alabama, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. launched the Civil Rights movement and demonstrated to the world the power of nonviolent direct action. Why We Can't Wait recounts not only the Birmingham campaign, but also examines the history of the civil rights struggle and the tasks that future generations must accomplish to bring about full equality for African Americans. Dr. King's eloquent analysis of these events propelled the Civil Rights movement from lunch counter sit-ins and prayer marches to the forefront of the American consciousness.







[book] VIDEO: VHS - The Speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr. (1991)
by Martin Luther, Jr. King

selected snippets of King's speeches. Although missing some of his most controversial anti-war speeches.







[book] Jews & Blacks : A Dialogue on Race, Religion, and Culture in America by Michael Lerner and Cornel West
Paperback - 295 pages Reprint edition (February 1996). Examining the issues that have united blacks and Jews in the past and that now separate them, two long-time friends and leading intellectuals try to restore the special relationship between the two groups in a hard-hitting and worthwhile exchange. Click to read more.
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[book] Struggles in the Promised Land : Towards a History of Black-Jewish Relations in the United States by Jack Salzman (Editor), Cornel West (Editor)
Hardcover - 400 pages (April 1997) Oxford Univ Press. Click to read more.
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[book] Africana : The Encyclopedia of the African and African American Experience by Kwame Anthony Appiah (Editor), Henry Gates (Editor)
Hardcover - 2144 pages (November 1999). Yes, over 2 thousand pages, and for 30% off. the most complete and comprehensive record of the Pan-African diaspora compiled into one volume. With over 3,500 entries from more than 220 contributors Click to read more.
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[book] Soul by Soul : Life Inside the Antebellum Slave Market by Walter Johnson
Hardcover - 320 pages (February 2000). Harvard Univ. Press. Soul by Soul tells the story of slavery in antebellum America by moving away from the cotton plantations and into the slave market itself, the heart of the domestic slave trade. Taking us inside the New Orleans slave market, the largest in the nation, where 100,000 men, women, and children were packaged, priced, and sold, Walter Johnson transforms the statistics of this chilling trade into the human drama of traders, buyers, and slaves, negotiating sales that would alter the life of each. Click to read more.
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[book] Inside Separate Worlds : Life Stories of Young Blacks, Jews, and Latinos by David Schoem
Paperback (August 1991) Univ of Michigan Pr. Click to read more.
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[book] Blacks and Jews in Literary Conversation (Cambridge Studies in American Literature and Culture , No 120) by Emily Miller Budick
Paperback - 272 pages (October 1998) Cambridge Univ Pr. In an attempt to lend a more nuanced ear to the ongoing dialogue between African and Jewish Americans, Emily Budick examines the works of a range of writers, critics, and academics from the 1950s through the 1980s. This study records conversations both explicit, such as essays and letters, and indirect, such as the fiction of Bernard Malamud, Philip Roth, Alice Walker, Cynthia Ozick, Toni Morrison, and James Baldwin. The purpose is to understand how this dialogue has engendered misperceptions and misunderstandings, and how blacks and Jews in America have both sought and resisted assimilation. Click to read more.
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[book] Blacks and Jews on the Couch by Alan Helmreich (Editor), Paul Marcus (Editor)
Hardcover (November 1998). Click to read more.
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[book] A Knock at Midnight : Inspiration from the Great Sermons of Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. by Martin Luther King, Peter Holloran (Editor), and Clayborne Carson (Editor))
Audio cassette of King's greatest recorded sermons. Click to read more.
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[book] Bearing the Cross : Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference by David J. Garrow
Paperback - 800 pages (January 1999) William Morrow & Company. Winner of the 1987 Pulitzer Prize for Biography and the Robert F. Kennedy Book Award, this is the most comprehensive book ever written about the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Based on more than 700 interviews with all of King's surviving associates, as well as with those who opposed him, and enhanced by the author's access to King's personal papers and tens of thousands of pages of FBI documents, this is a towering portrait of a man's metamorphosis into a legend. Click to read more.
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[book] If You Lived at the Time of Martin Luther King by Ellen Levine, Anna Rich (Illustrator)
Reading level: Ages 9-12 Paperback Reissue edition (January 1994) Scholastic This book focuses on the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s. Full-color art and an engaging question-and-answer format help children learn what it was like to participate in the Montgomery Bus Boycott, stage a sit-in at a lunch counter, join the famous March on Washington, and more. Click to read more.
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[book] The Provincials : A Personal History of Jews in the South by Eli N. Evans)
Paperback - 416 pages Revised. Click to read more.
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[book] The Jew Store by Stella Suberman
Hardcover - 312 pages (October 1998) Click to read more.
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