By Marcus Anthony Hunter
Black Citymakers revisits the Black 7th Ward, documenting a century of banking and tenement collapses, housing activism, black-led anti-urban renewal mobilization, and post-Civil Rights political swap from the point of view of the Black 7th Warders. Drawing on ancient, political, and sociological learn, Marcus Hunter argues that black Philadelphians have been certainly not mere casualties of the big scale social and political alterations that altered city dynamics around the state after international conflict II. as a substitute, Hunter exhibits that black american citizens framed their very own understandings of city social swap, forging dynamic inter- and intra-racial alliances that allowed them to form their very own migration from the previous Black 7th Ward to emergent black city enclaves all through Philadelphia. those Philadelphians weren't sufferers compelled from their houses - they have been citymakers and brokers of city change.
Black Citymakers explores a century of socioeconomic, cultural, and political background within the Black 7th Ward, making a new knowing of the political supplier of black citizens, leaders and activists in 20th century city change.
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Black Citymakers: How The Philadelphia Negro Changed Urban America by Marcus Anthony Hunter