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The Civil Rights Movement

By: Davis, Jack E.(Edited by)

Part of the Wiley Blackwell Readers in American Social and Cultural History series
0631220445 / 9780631220442
Paperback / softback
14/08/2000
Stock expected by 23/04/2021
United Kingdom
162 x 231 mm, 566 grams 340 pages
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The Civil Rights Movement is a collection of the best scholarship on one of America's most important social movements.

Editor Jack Davis expands the usual historical boundaries of the Civil Rights Movement as he follows it from pre-World War II activism to the affirmative action initiatives begun in the 1960s.

These essays reveal the grassroots character of the movement by exploring its continuity, local nature, and decentralized and diverse leadership.

Through this broader scope, students learn about women's activism, white liberals and moderates, local initiatives, environmental racism, and black political empowerment.Twelve essays are arranged chronologically and topically, each with supporting primary documents, a detailed timeline, and further reading lists.

This collection provides an ideal source for teaching Civil Rights with a fresh perspective.

BIC:

1KBB USA, HBJK History of the Americas, JFC Cultural studies, JPVH1 Civil rights & citizenship, JPWF Demonstrations & protest movements

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