Elementos do conservadorismo negro nos Estados Unidos: George Schuyler contra o movimento pelos direitos civis (1950-1968)

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https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2316-9141.rh.2021.167098

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George Schuyler, conservadorismo negro, Movimento pelos Direitos Civis, anticomunismo, racismo

Resumo

 

 O objetivo deste artigo é o de analisar o discurso conservador do intelectual negro George Schuyler durante o período do Movimento pelos Direitos Civis. Schuyler fez parte de uma linhagem de conservadores negros que pautaram o debate sobre a questão racial na segunda metade do século XX, enfatizando a importância da moderação no ativismo negro e pregando o empreendedorismo como estratégia de desenvolvimento social no capitalismo estadunidense. Nesse processo, Schuyler se deslocou do campo progressista negro para o campo conservador e criticou veementemente as estratégias de lideranças como Martin Luther King Jr, Ella Baker e Malcom X. 

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Biografia do Autor

Flavio Thales Ribeiro Francisco, Universidade Federal do ABC

Professor dos bacharelados de Ciências Humanas e Relações Internacionais da UFABC 

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2021-03-25

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DOSSIÊ: Direitas nos Estados Unidos e Brasil durante a Guerra Fria