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RACE RELATIONS

The Black condition

Dodson, Howard; Palmer, Colin (eds.).. (Michigan State University Press, 2009)
McNichols Campus Library
E 184.7 .B523 2009

Contents:
Economic inequality and the African diaspora-- William A. Darity Jr
American political systems and the response of the black community-- Ronald Walters
Education-- Linda M. Perkins
African Americans in the military-- Chad Williams
African American religious experience: an overview-- Michael A. Gomez

Lone pursuit : distrust and defensive individualism among the black poor

Smith, Sandra Susan. (Russell Sage Foundation, 2007)
McNichols Campus Library
HD 8081 .A65 S65 2007

Race and place : race relations in an American city

Welch, Susan. (Cambridge University Press, 2001)
McNichols Campus Library
F 574 .D49 A27 2001

AFRICAN AMERICANS IN MICHIGAN

State of Black Michigan, 1967-2007

Darden, Joe T.; Stokes, Curtis; Thomas, Richard W. (eds.).. (Michigan State University Press, 2007)
McNichols Campus Library
E 185.93 .M5 S734 2007

Table of Contents

Detroit's paradise valley

Borden, Ernest H.. (Arcadia, 2003)
McNichols Campus Library
F 574 .D45 B67 2003

"One of the most prominent and dynamic African-American neighborhoods in U.S. history, Paradise Valley served as a social and cultural mecca for Detroitís black community from the 1920s through the 1950s. Now the site of stadiums and freeways, the area was once home to places like the Gotham Hotel and the Surf Club, and welcomed the likes of Billie Holiday, Joe Louis, and Sammy Davis Jr."--Back cover

The Sisters of Mercy

Catherine McAuley and the tradition of Mercy

Sullivan, Mary C.. (University of Notre Dame Press, 1995)
McNichols Campus Library
BX 4483.8 .S85 1995

Sisters of Mercy Collection

University of Detroit Mercy Libraries/Instructional Design Studio, 2009.

"A brief history of one of the University of Detroit Mercy's sponsoring institutions, the Sisters of Mercy. Included is an introduction by Gilmary Bauer, RSM, and a two part video series describing the history and persons that have shaped the Sisters of Mercy. The QuickTime player is needed for viewing the video portions of the material."

The Society of Jesus (Jesuit order)

God's soldiers : adventure, politics, intrigue, and power : a history of the Jesuits

Wright, Jonathan. (Doubleday, 2004)

Electronic book available through ebrary.  (Remote access requires authentication).

Christian life communities for Jesuit university students?

Rausch, Thomas P.. (Seminar on Jesuit Spirituality, 2004)
McNichols Campus Library
BX 3701 .S78 v.36 no.1

American Jesuits : a history

Schroth, Raymond A.. (New York University, 2007)
McNichols Campus Library
BX 3708 .S37 2007

Universities and Communities

Good deeds, good design : community service through architecture

Bell, Bryan (ed.).. (Princeton Architectural Press, 2004)
McNichols Campus Library
NA 7540 .G66 2004

University-community design partnerships : innovations in practice

Pearson, Jason. (Princeton Architectural Press, 2002)
McNichols Campus Library
NA 9012 .P36 2002

Catholic university of the 21st century : the influence of location on mission.

Locatelli, Paul. (University of Detroit Mercy, 2004)
LD 1641 .D448 2004

Symposium held September 30, 2004, as part of the activities during the inaugural week for Rev. Gerard L. Stockhausen as President of the University of Detroit Mercy.

Moderator, Rev. Msgr. John Zenz ; principal speaker, Rev. Paul Locatelli ; University respondents, Sister Maureen A. Fay, Sr. Elizabeth Linehan.


"Explores the implications of the University of Detroit Mercy's commitment to an urban and regional moral ecology. Discusses how the traditions of the Sisters of Mercy (compassionate service to the poor in cities) and the Jesuits (promotion of social justice) shape the way UDM lives out its university mission of excellence in research and teaching in this time and urban location, and how these traditions can make a difference in a region with both a high-tech manufacturing and communication economy as well as concentrated poverty."

Beyond the campus : how colleges and universities form partnerships with their communities

Maurrasse, David J.. (Routledge, 2001)
McNichols Campus Library
LC 238 .M375 2001

Minority-serving institutions of higher education : developing partnerships to revitalize communities

U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development. (Office of University Partnerships, 2003)
McNichols Campus Library
HH 1.2:M 66/7

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