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The civil rights movement, edited by Jack E. Davis

Label
The civil rights movement
Title
The civil rights movement
Statement of responsibility
edited by Jack E. Davis
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1956-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Davis, Jack E.
Series statement
Blackwell readers in American social and cultural history
Series volume
3
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • African Americans
  • Civil rights movements
  • African Americans
  • Civil rights movements
  • United States
  • United States
Label
The civil rights movement, edited by Jack E. Davis
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • pt. I. Sowing seeds -- 1. Foundations -- Introduction -- Article : Southern reformers, the New Deal, and the movement's foundation / Patricia Sullivan -- Document A : Street car petition, Jacksonville, Florida, 1901 -- Document B : NAACP school desegregation petition, 1955 -- Further reading -- 2. Labor and civil rights -- Introduction -- Article : Organized labor and the struggle for Black equality in Mobile during World War II / Bruce Nelson -- Document A : Transcription of tape documentary on Natchez Laundry Workers Strike, October 17, 1965 -- Document B : Memoirs of a Birmingham coal miner, 1964 -- Further reading
  • pt. II. Defiance -- 3. White resistance -- Introduction -- Article : Crabgrass-roots politics : race, rights, and the reaction against liberalism in the urban North, 1940-1964 / Thomas J. Sugrue -- Document A : Untitled Little Rock poem, ca. 1957 -- Document B : Americans for the Preservation of the White race, Broadside, ca. 1960s -- Document C : Brumsic Brandon Jr. "Up North, down South," cartoons, 1963 -- Further reading -- 4. Anticommunism, anti-civil rights -- Introduction -- Article : Race and red-baiting / Adam Fairclough -- Document A : Defenders' news and views, August-September, 1959 -- Document B : Letter to the Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission, 1960 -- Further reading
  • pt. III. Participants -- 5. Liberals and moderates -- Introduction -- Article : "South of the South" : Jews, Blacks, and the civil rights movement in Miami, 1945-1960 / Raymond A. Mohl -- Document A : The conversion of Peggy Terry, ca. 1950s -- Document B : "One cannot be a Christian and a segregationist too," 1979 -- Further reading -- 6. Women in the civil rights movements -- Introduction -- Article : Passing the torch : African American women in the civil rights movement / LaVerne Gyant -- Document A : Fannie Lou Hamer," The special plight and role of Black women, ' 1971 -- Document B : Septima Poinsette Clark memoir, 1979, 1984 -- Document C : Clarice T. Campbell correspondence, summer 1956 -- Further reading
  • pt. IV. Local-national relationships -- 7. The NAACP -- Introduction -- Article : The NAACP in North Carolina during the age of segregation / Raymond Gavins -- Document A : NAACP v. Button, 1963 -- Document B : Jackson, Mississippi, boycott campaign, 1962-3 -- Further reading -- 8. Grassroots -- Introduction -- Article : Baseball's reluctant challenge : desegregating major league spring training sites, 1961-1964 / Jack E. Davis -- Document A : Siege at Savannah, 1964 -- Document B : People in motion : the story of the Birmingham movement, 1966
  • pt. V. Empowerment -- 9. Black power and culture -- Introduction -- Article : New day in Babylon : the Black power movement and American culture, 1965-1975 / William L. Van DeBurg -- Document A : Robert Williams, Negroes with guns, 1962 -- Document B : Stokely Carmichael and Charles Hamilton," The search for new forms," 1967 -- Document C : Brumsic Brandon Jr. cartoon, 1968 -- Further reading -- 10. Political power -- Introduction -- Article : The civil rights movement as urban reform : Atlanta's Black neighborhoods and a new "progressivism" / Ronald H. Bayor -- Document A : Voter registration testimonies, ca. 1960s -- Document B : Petition, August 29, 1965 -- Document C : Show v. Reno, 1993 -- Further reading
  • pt. VI. The continuing saga -- 11. Environmental injustice -- Introduction -- Article : from NIMBY to civil rights : the origins of the environmental justice movement / Eileen Maura McGurty -- Document A : Slum clearance, community style, ca. 1940s -- Document B : Letter addressing lead poisoning, 1957 -- Further reading -- 12. Affirmative action -- Introduction -- Article : Race, history, and policy, African Americans and civil rights since 1964 / Hugh Davis Graham -- Document A : The Kerner report, employment report, introduction, 1968 -- Document B : Keyes v. School District No. 1, Denver, Colorado (1973) -- Further reading
Control code
980000036199
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxiv, 314 p.
Isbn
9780631220442
Lccn
lc00036199
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Label
The civil rights movement, edited by Jack E. Davis
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • pt. I. Sowing seeds -- 1. Foundations -- Introduction -- Article : Southern reformers, the New Deal, and the movement's foundation / Patricia Sullivan -- Document A : Street car petition, Jacksonville, Florida, 1901 -- Document B : NAACP school desegregation petition, 1955 -- Further reading -- 2. Labor and civil rights -- Introduction -- Article : Organized labor and the struggle for Black equality in Mobile during World War II / Bruce Nelson -- Document A : Transcription of tape documentary on Natchez Laundry Workers Strike, October 17, 1965 -- Document B : Memoirs of a Birmingham coal miner, 1964 -- Further reading
  • pt. II. Defiance -- 3. White resistance -- Introduction -- Article : Crabgrass-roots politics : race, rights, and the reaction against liberalism in the urban North, 1940-1964 / Thomas J. Sugrue -- Document A : Untitled Little Rock poem, ca. 1957 -- Document B : Americans for the Preservation of the White race, Broadside, ca. 1960s -- Document C : Brumsic Brandon Jr. "Up North, down South," cartoons, 1963 -- Further reading -- 4. Anticommunism, anti-civil rights -- Introduction -- Article : Race and red-baiting / Adam Fairclough -- Document A : Defenders' news and views, August-September, 1959 -- Document B : Letter to the Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission, 1960 -- Further reading
  • pt. III. Participants -- 5. Liberals and moderates -- Introduction -- Article : "South of the South" : Jews, Blacks, and the civil rights movement in Miami, 1945-1960 / Raymond A. Mohl -- Document A : The conversion of Peggy Terry, ca. 1950s -- Document B : "One cannot be a Christian and a segregationist too," 1979 -- Further reading -- 6. Women in the civil rights movements -- Introduction -- Article : Passing the torch : African American women in the civil rights movement / LaVerne Gyant -- Document A : Fannie Lou Hamer," The special plight and role of Black women, ' 1971 -- Document B : Septima Poinsette Clark memoir, 1979, 1984 -- Document C : Clarice T. Campbell correspondence, summer 1956 -- Further reading
  • pt. IV. Local-national relationships -- 7. The NAACP -- Introduction -- Article : The NAACP in North Carolina during the age of segregation / Raymond Gavins -- Document A : NAACP v. Button, 1963 -- Document B : Jackson, Mississippi, boycott campaign, 1962-3 -- Further reading -- 8. Grassroots -- Introduction -- Article : Baseball's reluctant challenge : desegregating major league spring training sites, 1961-1964 / Jack E. Davis -- Document A : Siege at Savannah, 1964 -- Document B : People in motion : the story of the Birmingham movement, 1966
  • pt. V. Empowerment -- 9. Black power and culture -- Introduction -- Article : New day in Babylon : the Black power movement and American culture, 1965-1975 / William L. Van DeBurg -- Document A : Robert Williams, Negroes with guns, 1962 -- Document B : Stokely Carmichael and Charles Hamilton," The search for new forms," 1967 -- Document C : Brumsic Brandon Jr. cartoon, 1968 -- Further reading -- 10. Political power -- Introduction -- Article : The civil rights movement as urban reform : Atlanta's Black neighborhoods and a new "progressivism" / Ronald H. Bayor -- Document A : Voter registration testimonies, ca. 1960s -- Document B : Petition, August 29, 1965 -- Document C : Show v. Reno, 1993 -- Further reading
  • pt. VI. The continuing saga -- 11. Environmental injustice -- Introduction -- Article : from NIMBY to civil rights : the origins of the environmental justice movement / Eileen Maura McGurty -- Document A : Slum clearance, community style, ca. 1940s -- Document B : Letter addressing lead poisoning, 1957 -- Further reading -- 12. Affirmative action -- Introduction -- Article : Race, history, and policy, African Americans and civil rights since 1964 / Hugh Davis Graham -- Document A : The Kerner report, employment report, introduction, 1968 -- Document B : Keyes v. School District No. 1, Denver, Colorado (1973) -- Further reading
Control code
980000036199
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxiv, 314 p.
Isbn
9780631220442
Lccn
lc00036199
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n

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