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Vol. 21, No. 2 (March-April-May, 1990) Special issue on black cinema. Contains "Black Actors Unite: The Negro Actors' Guild" by Jonathan Dewberry, "The African American Image in American Cinema" by St. Clair Bourne, "Black Images in Film: The 1940s to the Early 1960s" by Donald Simpson, "Western Film Images of Africa: Genealogy of an Ideological Formation" by N. Frank Ukadike, "The Image of African-Americans in the U. S. Press" by Jonina M. Abron, "What Is the Right Thing? Notes on the Deconstruction of Black Ideology: A Review Essay of Do the Right Thing, by Spike Lee" by Robert Chrisman, "Culture, Politics and Common Ground: A Review Essay of Culture and African American Politics, by Charles Henry" by Maulana Karenga, "The Fighting Spirit of Our Fallen Warrior: A Review Essay of Malcolm X: The Last Speeches, Bruce Perry, Ed." by Abdul Aklalimat, "Torture as an Instrument of National Policy: France 1954-1962: A Review Essay of Torture: The Role of Ideology in the French-Algerian War, by Rita Maran" by Philip Agee, etc Very good.

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