As part of our response to and advocacy against systemic racism, CCA is compiling a list of resources authored by and for our membership on the issues of race, equity, memory, and social justice in our local communities. You can view the growing list here and add additional resources to the list by commenting below.
Resources in Carolinas Communication Annual
- Black, J.E. & Sharples, A.J. (2014). Republican Motherhood, Black Militancy, and Scorching Irony in Sara Stanley’s “What, to the Toiling Millions There, Is This boasted Liberty?” Carolinas Communication Annual, 30.
- Burk, T., Mallett, K.L., & Boyles, K.G. (2015). The Opportunity to Choose Courage, . . . What Will You Do? Carolinas Communication Annual, 31.
- Kay, C.S. (2019). White-washed and/or Blackfaced?: The Roles of Public Memory, Racial (Re)presentation and White Guilt in Memorialization of Black Confederate Soldiers. Carolinas Communication Annual, 35.
- Jenkins, J.J. (2018). Communicating Community: A Culture-Centered Approach to
Racial/Ethnic (In) equality. Carolinas Communication Annual, 34.
- Johnson, A.E. (2016). To Make the World So Damn Uncomfortable’: WEB Du Bois and the African American Prophetic Tradition.” Carolinas Communication
Annual, 32, 16-29.
- Jovanovic, S., Poulos, C. N., LeGreco, M., Jovanovic, S., Poulos, C., & LeGreco, M. (2010). Waiting for the bus: Awakening a social justice sensibility through communication activism. Carolinas Communication Annual, 26, 1-17.
- Jovanovic, S., & Russell, V. (2014). Voices of grassroots activists: Dollars and sense in the city. Carolinas Communication Annual, 30, 19-33.
- Leeman, R.W. (2018). The Radical Post-Reconstruction Rhetoric of Frederick Douglas. Carolinas Communication Annual, 34.
- O’Rourke, S.P., Lehn, M. (eds.) (2020). Rhetoric, race, religion, and the Charleston shootings: Was blind but now I see. Lanham, SC: Lexington Books.
- O’Rourke, S.P. (2015). Listening for the Dissonant Voice: The Southern Archive as Cacophonous Song. Carolinas Communication Annual, 31.
- Stevens, K. (2016). The Future that Could Have Been: Bayard Rustin, Civil Rights, and Coalition Politics. Carolinas Communication Annual, 32.
Resources from Institutions in the Carolinas
Resources Written by our Members
- Brown, T.J. (2018). Public memory as contested site: The struggle for existence at the National Museum of African American History and Culture (pp. 155-170). In R. Aden (Ed.), U.S. Public Memory, Rhetoric, and the National Mall. New York: Lexington Books.
- Brown, T.J. (2018). Listening to speak and speaking to be heard: Empowering African American parents through the oral tradition (pp. 101-117). In K.E.L. Norris & S. Collier-Stewart (Eds.), Social Justice and Parent Partnerships in Multicultural Education Contexts. Hersey, PA: IGA Global.
- Gloviczki, P. (2015). Journalism and Memorialization in the Age of Social Media. Palgrave Macmillan.
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