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Revolution Televised

Prime Time And The Struggle For Black Power


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Revolution Televised by Christine Acham
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After a decadelong hiatus, African Americans once again began appearing regularly on television in the 1960s. Christine Acham offers a more complex reading of this period in television history, deftly illustrating how black actors operated within the constraints of the television industry to resist and ultimately shape the mass media's portrayal of African American life.

Author Biography

Christine Acham is assistant professor in African American and African studies at the University of California, Davis.
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October 1st, 2005
Country of Publication
United States
23 halftones
University of Minnesota Press
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