2 edition of Negro illegitimacy in New York City. found in the catalog.
Negro illegitimacy in New York City.
|Series||Studies in history, economics, and public law, no. 277, Columbia studies in the social sciences,, 277.|
|LC Classifications||HQ999.U6 R37 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||136|
|LC Control Number||68057577|
Negro Illegitimacy in New York City (New York: Columbia University Press, ), by Ruth Reed (page images and uncorrected OCR text at MOA) Harlem: Mecca of the New Negro (Survey Graphic Harlem Number, March ), ed. by Alain Locke (page images and partial HTML with commentary at Wayback Machine). Green's famous tome was an annual guidebook for African American road-trippers, published from to during the era of segregation and intense Jim Crow laws. The Green Book served as a guide.
In New York City in an economic decline exacerbated conflict between slaves engaged in commercial activity and working-class white colonists who felt their jobs were threatened. This tension boiled over in the spring when a series of fires led white New Yorkers to fear a slave uprising. Even Fort George in lower Manhattan was burned to the ground. Lovecraft Country's Safe Negro Travel Guide is based on the Negro Motorist Green Book, a real guide that kept Black travelers safe. from to by New York City .
In the spring of , already established in academic circles as one of the country's leading experts on ethnic minorities, Moynihan published, in collaboration with the sociologist Nathan Glazer, a study of the Negroes, the Puerto Ricans, the Jews, the Italians and the Irish in New York City entitled "Beyond the Melting Pot," a work which. In the Green Book was only a local publication for Metropolitan New York, the response for copies was so great it was turned into a national issue in to cover the United States. This guide while lacking in many respects was accepted by thousands of travelers.
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D.) Columbia University, Description: pages ; 23 cm. Contents: Introduction --Society and the unmarried mother --The Negro unmarried mother in New York City, her background and character --The social and economic difficulties of Negro unmarried mothers --Social readjustments of the Negro unmarried mother --Summary and.
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Book. Negro Illegitimacy in New York City Details Author(s): Ruth Reed Edition: Publisher: Columbia University Press eISBN. Negro illegitimacy in New York City. [Ruth Reed; Columbia University. Press,] -- Presents descriptive material with regard to some of the problems created by illegitimacy among a certain group of African Americans in New York City with the hope that such material may prove useful.
CHAPTER IV. SOCIAL READJUSTMENTS OF THE UNMARRIED NEGRO MOTHER was published in Negro Illegitimacy in New York City on page Negro Illegitimacy in New York City By Ruth Reed Columbia University Press, Read preview Overview Illegitimacy and Television By Beaver, William The Journal of Social, Political, and Economic Studies, Vol.
21, No. 1, Spring Negro illegitimacy in New York city / by Ruth Reed. The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. In New York City, 85 percent of black families were two-parent.
One study of 19th-century slave families found that in up to three-fourths of the families, all the children had the same mother and father.
Today’s black illegitimacy rate of nearly 75 percent is also entirely new. Inblack illegitimacy stood at 14 percent. Consider one of the first books out of the gate, Black Families in White America, by Andrew Billingsley, published in and still referred to as “seminal.” “Unlike Moynihan and others, we do not view the Negro as a causal nexus in a ‘tangle of pathologies’ which feeds on itself,” he declared.
“[The Negro family] is, in our view, an absorbing, adaptive, and amazingly resilient mechanism for the socialization. Abstract. ; 23 (Ph.D.)--Columbia University, Bibliography: p. In New York City, in the school year there were 64 schools that were 90 percent of [sic] more Negro or Puerto Rican.
Six years later there were such schools. Along with the diminution of white middle-class contacts for a large percentage of Negroes, observers report that the Negro churches have all but lost contact with men in the.
The Negro Family: The Case For National Action (known as the Moynihan Report, ) was written by Daniel Patrick Moynihan, an American sociologist serving as Assistant Secretary of Labor under President Lyndon B.
Johnson of the United States. InMoynihan was elected to the first of several terms as US senator from New York and continued to support liberal programs to try to end poverty. In New York City, in the school year there were 64 schools that were 90 percent of more Negro or Puerto Rican.
Six years later there were such schools. The marker is the culmination of a decade long campaign that included thousands of New York City students.
Students organized walking tours of slavery related sites in Lower Manhattan that included dramatic reenactments. In Junea New York Post editorial accused the students of littering and their teachers of promoting lawlessness because they hung posters at the sites.
Hardcover: pages Publisher: The New York Public Library / Oceana Publications; 1st edition (June 1, ) Language: English ISBN X ISBN Shipping Weight: pounds Customer Reviews: out of 5 stars 2 customer ratings Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10, in Books (See Top in Books) # in Historical Study (Books)Reviews: 2.Negro Illegitimacy in New York City (New York: Columbia University Press, ), by Ruth Reed (page images and uncorrected OCR text at MOA) Filed under: Illegitimate children The Unmarried Mother: A Study of Five Hundred Cases (Criminal Science Monograph #3; ), by Percy Gamble Kammerer (multiple formats at ).
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