Long, Nathan A.

Mr. Nathan Long is currently working on his doctorate degree at University of Cincinnati, in the Department of Educational Foundations, and serves as the Assistant Director of the Urban Center for Peace Education and Research

Reflections of African-American Peace Leaders
2002 0-7734-6930-3
This collection provides a text that examines the views and parameters of peace activism by both famous and little-known African-American leaders such as Martin Luther King, Jr., Paul Robeson, E. Franklin Frazier, Gloria Richardson, Septima P. Clark, and Ella Baker. These documents, most of which are reprinted in full, outline the wide range of approaches, ideas, and philosophies various Black Americans used to generate an antiwar campaign, question the use of violence around the world, and call attention to the emergence of international racism and social intolerance during the late 19th through the 20th centuries.