Vol. 88 Nbr. 3, June 2003
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- Dr. Jim Crow: the University of North Carolina, the Regional Medical School for Negroes, and the desegregation of Southern Medical Education, 1945-1960.
- A "triumph of justice" in Alabama: the 1960 perjury trial of Martin Luther King, Jr.
- Introduction: symposium on the life and writings of Eric Williams.
- Eric Williams and the Anglo-American Caribbean Commission: Trinidad's future nationalist leader as aspiring imperial bureaucrat, 1942-1944.
- They "could never have too much of my work": Eric Williams and the Journal of Negro History, 1940-1945.
- Capitalism & Slavery and Caribbean historiography: an evaluation.
- Hip hop versus civil rights?
- Kenneth Robert Janken, White: the Biography of Walter White.
- Mary L. Dudziak, Cold War Civil Rights: Race and the Image of American Democracy.
- James E. Teele, ed., E. Franklin Frazier and Black Bourgeoisie.
- Daniel Crowe, Prophets of Rage: the Black Freedom Struggle in San Francisco.
- Henry Louis Gates, Jr. on Carter G. Woodson.