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MAULANA KARENGA (1941 - )

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  • Anthologies:

    • Essays on Struggle: Position and AnalysisSan Diego: Kawaida Publications, 1978.

  • Edited Works:

    • Reconstructing Kemetic Culture: Papers, Perspectives, Projects.  Los Angeles: U of Sankore P, 1990.
    • Kemet and the African World View: Research, Rescue and Restoration.  Ed. Karenga and Jacob Carruthers.  Los Angeles: U of Sankore P, 1984.
  • Selected Individual Works:

    • Introduction to Black Studies.  Los Angeles: U of Sankore P, 1995.
    • Kawaida Theory: an African Communitarian Philosophy.  Los Angeles: U of Sankore P, 1999.

    • The African American Holiday of Kwanzaa.  Los Angeles: U of Sankore P, 1988.

      • "The Nguzo Saba (the Seven Principles): their Meaning and Message." Reflections: an Anthology of African American Philosophy.  Ed. James A. Montmarquet and William H. Hardy.  Belmont, CA:  Wadsworth, 2000.  97-105.

    • Afro-American Nationalism: an Alternative Analysis Chicago: Third World Press, 1981.

    • "The Problematic of Cultural Pluralism: Ideological and Political Dimensions.” Pluralism, Racism and Public Policy Ed. Jack Bermingham and Ed Clausen.  Boston: G. K. Hall, 1981.

    • "Kwanzaa.”  The World Book Encyclopedia.  Vol. 2.  Chicago: World Book & Childcraft International, Inc., 1981.

    • "The Black Male / Female Connection.”  Black Male / Female Relationships 2 (1981): .

    • "From Civil Rights to Human Rights: Social Struggles in the Sixties.”  Black Collegian 10 (1980): .

    • Kawaida Theory: an Introductory Outline Inglewood, CA: Kawaida Publications, 1980.

    • "The Socio-Political Philosophy of Malcolm X.”  Western Journal of Black Studies 3 (1979): .

    • "Kwanzaa: Concepts and Functions.”  Black Collegian 10 (1979-1980): .
    • "Afro-American Nationalism: Beyond Mystification and Misconception.”  Black Books Bulletin 6 (1978): .

    • "Chinese Psycho-Social Therapy: a Strategic Model for Mental Health.”  Psycho­therapy: Theory, Research, Practice 15 (1978): .

    • "The Crisis in Black Studies: the Ideological Dimension.”  Black Studies in White Institutions Ed. Hassan Sisay.  Chico, CA: School of Behavioral & Social Sciences, CSU, Chico, 1978.

    • "Inter-Ethnic Conflict in Prisons: Causes and Consequences.”  Nkombo 6 (1978): .
    • "A Response to Muhammad Ahmad on the US / Panther Conflict.”  The Black Scholar 9 (1978): .

    • "FESTAC and Pan-Africanism: Continental and Diasporan Considerations.”  Proceedings of African Studies Conference (California State University, Chico).  African Studies Newsletter 3 (1977): .

    • "Kawaida and Its Critics: a Socio-Historical Analysis.” Journal of Black Studies 8 (1977): .

    • "Carter and his Black Critics: the Dialogue and its Lessons.”  The Black Scholar 9 (1977): .

    • "Beyond Connections: Liberation in Love and Struggle.”  Nkombo 6 (1977): .

    • "The Value and Validity of Ethnic Studies: towards a Holistic Conception.”  The Political Economy of Institutional Change: Proceedings of Ethnic Studies Symposium.  Ed. Dan Moreno and Rudy Torres.  Irvine, CA: UCI Comparative Culture Program, 1977.

    • "Black People and the Future: an Interview.”  Black Books Bulletin 4 (1976): .

    • "Prisons and Law: Punitive Politics.”  The Black Collegian 6 (1976): .

    • "Reaffirmation and Change.”  Nkombo 5 (1976): .

    • "In Defense of Sis. Joanne: for Ourselves and History.”  The Black Scholar 6 (1975): .

    • "In Love and Struggle: Toward A Greater Togetherness.”  The Black Scholar 6 (1975): .

    • "Black Art: Mute Matter Given Force and Function.”  Black Poets and ProphetsKing and E. Anthony.  New York: Mentor, 1974.

    • "Which Road to Revolution: Nationalism, Pan-Africanism or Socialism?"  The Black Scholar 6 (1974): .

    • "A Strategy for Struggle: Turning Weakness Into Strength.”  The Black Scholar 5 (1973): .

    • "Black Cultural Nationalism.”  The Black Aesthetic.  Ed. Addison Gayle, Jr.  Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1972.

    • "Overturning Ourselves: from Mystification to Meaningful Struggle.”  The Black Scholar 4 (1972): .

    • “From the Quotable Karenga."  The Black Power Revolt.  Ed. Floyd Barbour.  Boston: Porter Sargent Publishers, 1968.

    • "The Measure and Meaning of the Sixties: What Lies Ahead BlackAmericans? A Symposium.”  Negro Digest XIX 19 (1969):.

    • "The Black Community and the University: a Community Organizers Perspective.”  Black Studies in the University: a Symposium.  Ed.  Armstead Robinson, Craig Foster and Donald Ogilvie.  New. Haven: Yale UP, 1969. 

      • Black Viewpoints, Arthur C. Littleton and Mary Burger, eds., New York: New American Library, 1971.

    • "Society, Culture, and the Problem of Self-Consciousness: a Kawaida Analysis." 

      • Philosophy Born of Struggle: Anthology of Afro-American Philosophy from 1917.  Ed. Leonard Harris.  Dubuque, IA: Kendall / Hunt, 1983.  Rpt. 2000.  236-251.

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