Building a Healthy Black Harlem: Health Politics in Harlem, New York, from the Jazz Age to the Great Depression

by Jamie Wilson

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments


Chapter 1: Health Conditions in Harlem in the Early Years of Black Urbanization

Chapter 2: “We will have to trouble you to come along for practicing medicine without a physician’s license”: The Criminalization of Magico-Religious Workers

Chapter 3: Health Activism and the Harlem Hospital

Chapter 4: “Child, I don’t think this is a birth mark”: Community Agency and Responses to Health Conditions

Chapter 5: A New Deal for Health and Well-Being?


Afterword: Enduring Poor Health

Notes

References

Index


 

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