Malcolm X and the Radicalization of the Black Student Movement 1960–1973
This book extends from the many individuals who provided their selfless contributions to ensure its success. To the Most High God, Yeshua/Jesus, through whom all things are made possible, thank you for the strength and fortitude that allowed me to endure through the toughest of times. I am forever grateful.
To my series editors Richard Greggory Johnson III and Rochelle Brock, acquisitions editor Chris Myers, production supervisor Jackie Pavlovic, and the entire production staff at Peter Lang, thank you for all of your great work and support throughout this process.
My time spent in the department of Educational Policy Studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) as a graduate student was life changing and significant in my quest to become a critical historian. Thank you to James D. Anderson (Doc), Laurence Parker, and Chris Span for challenging me and for providing a space to think and grow. To Yoon Pak, my dissertation chair and good friend, thank you for never discouraging my ideas and for allowing me to test the boundaries of history and research in my work. I am forever grateful to my EPS mentors. To David O. Stovall, Chamara Jewel Kwakye, and Kamau Rashid, thank you for providing inspiration and for always having an ear to lend for the many ideas that have come my way. To Sammie Eames (God bless your life) you are sorely missed. I will forever cherish your words of wisdom and your ← ix | x → tutelage...
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