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Chocolate Cities

The Black Map of American Life

Zandria F. Robinson, Marcus Anthony Hunter

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From Central District Seattle to Harlem to Holly Springs, Black people have built a dynamic network of cities and towns where Black culture is maintained, created, and defended. But imagine—what if current maps of Black life are wrong?  Chocolate Cities offers a refreshing and persuasive rendering of the United States—a “Black map” that more accurately reflects the lived experiences and the future of Black life in America. Drawing on film, fiction, music, and oral history, Marcus Anthony Hunter and Zandria F. Robinson trace the Black American experience of race, place, and liberation, mapping it from Emancipation to now. As the United States moves toward a majority minority society,  Chocolate Cities provides a provocative, broad, and necessary assessment of how racial and ethnic minorities make and change America’s social, economic, and political landscape.

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Zandria F. Robinson
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african american, american history, minority groups, politics, cities, economics, music, race, blackness, racism, film, black experience, united states history, urban studies, black people, government, racial minority, towns, black american, emancipation, black life, city life, lived experiences, oral history, united states, history, ethnic minority, black lives, black culture, minority society, urban