Palimpsest - Volume #7, Issue #2 (11/2018)

Table of Contents

Guest Editors' Introduction: The Life, Legacy, and Activism of Queen Mother Audley Moore
Ashley D. Farmer and Erik S. McDuffie


"To Keep Alive the Teaching of Garvey and the Work of the UNIA": Audley Moore, Black Women's Activism, and Nationalist Politics during the Twentieth Century
Keisha N. Blain

"Somebody Has to Pay": Audley Moore and the Modern Reparations Movement
Ashley D. Farmer

"We Owe a Debt to Her, She Taught Us How to Think": Eloise Moore and Her Impact on Queen Mother Moore and Twentieth-Century Grassroots Black Nationalism
Erik S. McDuffie


Recollections and Reflections
Thomas Warner

Poem for Queen Mother Moore
Sonia Sanchez

Queen Mother Audley Moore: Mentor and Teacher
Muhammad Ahmad

Remembering Queen Mother Moore
Shafeah M'Balia

Matriarch of the Captive African Nation: Recollections of Queen Mother Moore
Akinyele Omowale Umoja

Queen Mother Moore and the Black Power Generation
Komozi Woodard

Book Reviews

LaKisha Michelle Simmons, Crescent City Girls: The Lives of Young Black Women in Segregated New Orleans (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2015), 282 pp.
Amaziah Zuri Finley

Adam Ewing, The Age of Garvey: How a Jamaican Activist Created a Mass Movement and Changed Global Black Politics (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2014), 320 pp.
Courtney S. Cain