Table of contents for Out of the shadows : a biographical history of African American athletes / edited by David K. Wiggins.

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Preface	000
	I	Striving for Athletic Success in a Jim Crow Society
	1	Jimmy Winkfield: The "Black Maestro" of the Racetrack
	Susan Hamburger	000
	2	Marshall "Major" Taylor: The Fastest Bicycle Rider in the World
	Andrew Ritchie	000
	3	The Strange Career of William Henry Lewis
	Gregory Bond	000
	4	Jack Johnson and the Quest for Racial Respect
	Gerald R. Gems	000
	II	Fashioning a World of Sport behind Segregated Walls and on 
the International Stage
	5	Ora Washington: The First Black Female Athletic Star
	Pamela Grundy	000
	6	Satchel Paige's Struggle for Selfhood in the Era of Jim Crow
	Donald Spivey	000
	7	Jesse Owens: Leading Man in Modern American Tales of Racial Progress and 
	Mark Dyreson	000
	8	Joe Louis, Boxing, and American Culture
	Anthony O. Edmonds	000
	9	Alice Coachman: Quiet Champion of the 1940s
	Jennifer H. Lansbury	000
	10	Jackie Robinson: Racial Pioneer and Athlete Extraordinaire in an Era of 
	Michael E. Lomax	000
	III	The Fight for Civil Rights through Athletic Performance, 
Persuasion, and Protest
	11	"Jackie Robinson without the Charm": The Challenges of Being Althea 
	Mary Jo Festle	000
	12	Wilma Rudolph: The Making of an Olympic Icon
	Wayne Wilson	000
	13	Bill Russell: Pioneer and Champion of the Sixties
	Maureen M. Smith	000
	14	Jim Brown: Superlative Athlete, Screen Star, Social Activist
	J. Thomas Jable	000
	15	Muhammad Ali: Flawed Rebel with a Cause
	Gerald Early	000
	16	"The Quiet Militant": Arthur Ashe and Black Athletic Activism
	Damion Thomas	000
	IV	Race, Sport, and Celebrity Culture
	17	Bound by Blackness or Above It? Michael Jordan and the Paradoxes of 
Post/Civil Rights American Race Relations
	Douglas Hartmann	000
	18	"Race," Family, and Nation: The Significance of Tiger Woods in American 
	S. W. Pope	000
	19	"Ghetto Cinderellas": Venus and Serena Williams and the Discourse of 
	R. Pierre Rodgers and Ellen B. Drogin Rodgers	000
Notes	000
Bibliographical Note	000
Contributors	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

African American athletes -- Biography.
African American athletes -- Portraits.
African American athletes -- History.
Sports -- United States -- History.