Postcards from the Edge of Du Bois’ Black Belt: Works Cited

Author’s note: This part of my unpublished 2002 essay, “Not the Subject but the Premise: Postcards from the Edge of Du Bois’ Black Belt,”  is reproduced here for comment and as fodder in the body of work upon which I am drawing for my sabbatical project. I consider it to be a failed work with some useful nuggets.
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1.         Byfield, Natalie. “Race, Gender and the Future of the News.” (Keynote address.) The College of New Jersey, April 9, 2001. # Link in context

2.         Cook, Timothy. Governing With the News: The News Media as a Political Institution. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998. P. 93 # Link in context

3.             Du Bois, W.E.B.” The Souls of Black Folk. NY: Bedford Books.© 1997 # Link in context

4.             _____________ “Negroes and the Crisis of Capitalism in the United States,” Lewis, W.E.B. Du Bois: A Reader, NY: Henry Holt. 1994 p. 624 # Link in context

5.             EPA webpages. Imperial Foods Site an Accessed November, 2001 # Link in context

6.             Eyewitness News Daybreak. “Health Team Nine.” December 29, 1999 # Link in context

7.             Franklin, VP. “W.E.B. Du Bois as Journalist,” Journal of Negro Education, Vol. 56, No. 2 (1987). P. 240-244 # Link in context

6.     Hinchman, Thompson. “Whose Protecting Whom?” Dateline NBC. August 1, 1999 # Link in context

7.     Hochberg, Adam. “The owner of a North Carolina chicken processing plant has been sentenced to nearly 20 years in prison for manslaughter.” Morning Edition. September 15, 1992. # Link in context

8.     ______________E-mail to Kim Pearson. January 24, 2002 # Link in context

9.     Hood, John. “OSHA’s Trivial Pursuit in the Workplace,” Policy Review. Summer, 1995, Vol. 73 # Link in context

10.  Kennedy, Randall. “My Race Problem – And Ours.” Atlantic Monthly Online. May, 1997. # Link in context

11.  Kilborn, Peter T. “In Aftermath of Deadly Fire, A Poor Town Struggles Back” New York Times. November 25, 1991 # Link in context

12.  .Labar, Gregg. “Hamlet, N.C.: Home to a National Tragedy.” Occupational Hazards, September, 1992 # Link in context

13.  Lewis, David Levering. W.E.B. Du Bois: Biography of a Race. NY: Henry Holt. 1994 # Link in context

14.  ________________. W.E.B. Du Bois: A Reader. NY: Henry Holt. 1994 # Link in context

15.  Lule Jack. Daily News, Eternal Stories, NY: Guildors Press. @2001. p. 32 # Link in context

16.  May, Lee. Plant Fire Held Unlikely to Spur Major Reforms…” Los Angeles Times, September 11, 1991 # Link in context

17.  Mindich, David T.Z. Just the Facts: How Objectivity Came to Define American Journalism. NY: New York University Press, 1998. # Link in context

18.  New York University Department of Journalism. “Best American Journalism of the 20th Century.” # Link in context

19.  North Carolina Department of Corrections Public Access Information Database. Accessed August, 2001. # Link in context

20.  North Carolina General Assembly. ”An Act to Appropriate Funds for the Cleanup of the Abandoned and Hazardous Imperial Foods Facility in Hamlet, North Carolina.” # Link in context

21.  OSHA database. Accessed, November, 2001. # Link in context

22.  Pearson, Kim. Interview with Martin Quick. January 13, 2002. # Link in context

23.  ___________. Interview with Jimmy Broughton, April 1, 2002. # Link in context

24.  ____________. Inteview with Terry Cox, May 3, 2002. # Link in context

25.  Primack, Phil. “We all Work, Don’t We?” Columbia Journalism Review. Sept. 1992 # Link in context

26.  Riley, Nano. ” Hamlet: The Untold Story”. Aubrey Organics.  Winter 1995. # Link in context

27.  Sheats, Nicky. “Lecture on Environmental Justice.” The College of New Jersey. April 15, 2002. # Link in context

28.  Tabor, Mary. Poultry Plant Fire Churns Emotions Over Job Both Hated and Appreciated. New York Times. September 6, 1991. # Link in context

29.  Wicker, Thomas G. E-mail to Kim Pearson. April 3, 2002 # Link in context

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