Yoruba Traditions and African American Religious Nationalism
The University of New Mexico Press
This book is a comprehensive study of the history of African American Yoruba religious practice in the United States. It explores themes of religious nationalism, Africa" as a sacred geo-political symbol, and the challenges of transnational identity." --author-supplied description
Hucks, Tracey, and Charles Houston Long. Yoruba traditions and African American religious nationalism. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico P, 2012.