Harambee City: The Congress of Racial Equality in Cleveland, Ohio and the Rise of Black Power Populism (University of Arkansas Press, 2017)
Freedom on My Mind: The Columbia Documentary History of the African American Experience, Manning Marable, Nishani Frazier, John McMillan, eds., (New York: Columbia University Press, 2003)
“A ‘New Direction’: Community Wealth Building Black Community, Then and Now” Next System, October 2020.
Digital Humanities Projects:
Voices of the Displaced: The Fight Over Sound and Space Gentrification - In progress
Harambee City: Black Economic Power and CORE in Cleveland
Published Articles & Chapters:
“We Love Through Time: A History of the Black Family,” in Black Families: A Systems Approach, (San Diego: Cognella, 2020)
Nishani Frazier, Wesley Hogan, et al., “Pedagogical Tools for Teaching Civil Rights,” FIRE!!!: The Multimedia Journal of Black Studies (September 2015)
“The ‘Other’ Jim Jones: Rabbi David Hill, House of Israel, and Black American Religion in the Age of Peoples Temple,” The Jonestown Report, Volume 14 (October 2012)
“A McDonald’s That Reflects the Soul of a People: Hough Area Development Corporation in Cleveland, Ohio” in Laura Hill and Julia Rubig, eds., The Business of Black Power (Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press: June 2012)
"Building a Black Nation: CORE, Black Power, and the Community Development Corporation Movement" in Manning Marable and Elizabeth Hinton, eds., The New Black History: Revisiting the Second Reconstruction (New York: Palgrave MacMillan Critical Black Studies Book Series, October 2011)
“To Die For the People: Prophecy and Death in the Rhetoric of Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, and Fred Hampton” in anthology Homegoings, Crossings, and Passings: Life and Death in the African Diaspora (New World African Press, August 2011)
Book and Film Reviews:
The Power to Heal: Medicare and The Civil Rights Revolution, H-FedHist, forthcoming 2020.
The Gentleman from Ohio by Louis Stokes, H-FedHist, January 2018, https://networks.h-net.org/node/5299/reviews/1312626/frazier-stokes-gentleman-ohio.
Carry It On: The War on Poverty and the Civil Rights Movement in Alabama 1964-1972 by Youngblood Ashmore in Journal of American Ethnic History 30:4 (Summer 2011).
Many Minds, One Heart: SNCC’s Dream for a New America by Wesley Hogan in Journal of African American History, Fall 2009.