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Negro family in the United States

E. F. Frazier

Negro family in the United States

by E. F. Frazier

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Published by Chicago UP .
Written in English


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Statementby E.F. Frazier.
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The Negro family in the United States by Edward Franklin Frazier starting at $ The Negro family in the United States has 3 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. Negro was enslaved, the African cultural heritage has had practically no effect upon the evolution of Negro family life in the United States. The destruction of the African family system began in Africa, where the slave-traders gathered their hu-man cargo, consisting largely .

The United States is approaching a new crisis in race relations. In the decade that began with the school desegregation decision of the Supreme Court, and ended with the passage of the Civil Rights Act of , the demand of Negro Americans for full recognition of their civil rights was finally met. ring to this book, she stated, "Frazier reiterated the thesis that dominant Black women, by perpetuating the slave legacy of un-wed motherhood, were the cause of family instability" (Roberts, , pp. ). Curiously, nowhere in The Negro Family in the United States Cited by:

With the emancipation of the slaves, the Negro American family began to form in the United States on a widespread scale. But it did so in an atmosphere markedly different from that which has Author: Daniel Geary. and status in the United States. The present excerpt comprises the report’s Preface and Chapter 1 (“The Negro American Revolution”). Although widely attacked for what some called “blaming the victim,” the report played a crucial role in expanding the role of the federal government in antipoverty and family welfare programs.


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