This page is dedicated to research that empowers black voices. We have included titles of the relevant literature related to police brutality and protesting.
Under the Radar: Strategies Used by Black Mothers to Prepare Their Sons for Potential Police Interactions
(Harris & Amutah-Onukagha, 2019).
“That’s My Number One Fear in Life. It’s the Police”: Examining Young Black Men’s Exposures to Trauma and Loss Resulting From Police Violence and Police Killings
(Smith Lee & Robinson, 2019).
Police brutality and black health: setting the agenda for public health scholars
(Alang, S., McAlpine, D., McCreedy, E., & Hardeman, R. (2017).
Two nations, revisited: The lynching of black and brown bodies, police brutality, and racial control
Can Violent Protest Change Local Policy Support? Evidence from the Aftermath of the 1992 Los Angeles Riot (Enos, Kaufman, & Sands; 2019)
Policing Communities of Color: An Historical Examination of Social Control and Protest Management Strategies (Bryant, 2019)
Protesting the police: anti-police brutality claims as a predictor of police repression of protest (Reynolds-Stenson, 2018).
Health impacts of chemical irritants used for crowd control: a systematic review of the injuries and deaths caused by tear gas and pepper spray
(Haar, Iacopino, Ranadive, Weiser, & Dandu; 2017).
Black Lives Matter.
LITERATURE FROM CORNELL AFRICANA DEPARTMENT
CLASSES TO TAKE
AMST 1104 Race and Ethnicity in the United States: Social Constructs, Real World Consequences
AMST 1500 Introduction to Africana Studies
AMST 2225 Controversies About Inequality
AMST 2770 Representing Racial Encounters, Encountering Racial Representations
AMST 3515 Blaxploitation Film and Photography
AMST 3785 Civil Disobedience
AMST 4321 A Dilemma Revisited: African Americans, Inequality and K-16 Education in America
AMST 4733 The Future of Whiteness
AMST 4212 Black Women's Autobiography in the 21st Century WritingHerStory
ASRC 3206 Black Women and Political Leadership
RACISM IN ACADEMIA