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Women and the civil rights movement, 1954-1965

Women and the civil rights movement, 1954-1965

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Published by University Press of Mississippi in Jackson .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Civil rights movements -- United States -- History -- 20th century -- Sources,
  • Women civil rights workers -- United States -- History -- 20th century -- Sources,
  • African Americans -- Civil rights -- History -- 20th century -- Sources,
  • African American women civil rights workers -- History -- 20th century -- Sources,
  • Women civil rights workers -- United States -- Biography,
  • African American women civil rights workers -- Biography,
  • Women -- United States -- History -- 20th century -- Sources,
  • United States -- Race relations -- Sources

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Davis W. Houck and David E. Dixon.
    GenreSources., Biography.
    ContributionsHouck, Davis W., Dixon, David E.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE185.61 .W828 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16990883M
    ISBN 109781604731071
    LC Control Number2008030388
    OCLC/WorldCa227031645

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    A Dream of Freedom: The Civil Rights Movement from to by Diane McWhorter. Concise history of the civil rights struggle by a Pulitzer Prize-winning writer who in was a sixth-grader living in Birmingham, Alabama. The author recalls events from the Supreme Court’s Brown v.   African-American Women in the Civil Rights Movement, Gender, Leadership, and Micromobilization. American Journal of Sociology, (6), pp Journal.

    Rhetoric, Religion, and the Civil Rights Movement, Edited by Davis W. Houck and David E. Dixon. Baylor University Press Pp. xvi + (including bibliography and index). Paper. $ ISBN: This anthology, edited by Professors Davis Houck and David. The editors also provide a general introduction that places these public addresses in context. Women and the Civil Rights Movement, gives voice to stalwarts whose passionate orations were vital to every phase of a movement that changed and the Civil Rights Movement, Brand: Davis W Houck; David E Dixon.


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Women and the Civil Rights Movement, gives voice to stalwarts whose passionate orations were vital to every phase of a movement that changed by: Book Description: Historians have long agreed that women--black and white--were instrumental in shaping the civil rights movement. Until recently, though, such claims have not been supported by easily accessed texts of speeches and addresses.

Women and the Civil Rights Movement, gives voice to stalwarts whose passionate orations were vital to every phase of a movement that changed America. Historians have long agreed that women--black and white--were instrumental in shaping the civil rights movement.

Women and the Civil Rights Movement, Houck, Davis W., Dixon, David E. Published by University Press of Mississippi Houck, Davis W. and David E. by: Women in e the Modern Civil Rights Movement Introduction Who comes t o mind when considering t he Modern Civil Right s Movement (MCRM) during.

I s it one of t he big t hree personalit ies: Mart in Lut her K ing Jr., Malcolm X, or Rosa P arks. Or perhaps it is John Lewis, S t okely. Many women played important roles in the Civil Rights Movement, from leading local civil rights organizations to serving as lawyers on school segregation lawsuits.

Their efforts to lead the movement were often overshadowed by men, who still get more attention and credit for its successes in popular historical narratives and commemorations. Get this from a library.

Women and the civil rights movement, [Davis W Houck; David E Dixon;] -- Presents thirty-nine full-text addresses by women who spoke out while the struggle for civil rights was at its most intense. Many are published or transcribed from audio tape for. Women and the Civil Rights Movement Book Summary: Historians have long agreed that women—black and white—were instrumental in shaping the civil rights movement.

Until recently, though, such claims have not been supported by easily accessed texts of speeches and addresses.

Historians have long agreed that women—black and white—were instrumental in shaping the civil rights movement. Until recently, though, such claims have not been supported by easily accessed texts of speeches and addresses.

This book presents thirty-nine full-text addresses by women who spoke out while the struggle was at its most intense. African-American Women in the Civil Rights Movement, Gender, Leadership, and Micromobilization1 Belinda Robnett University of California, Davis Through an analysis of gender in the civil rights movement, this article illustrates that the conceptualization of social movement leadership requires expansion.

This study concludes that an. Every book within our collection is tagged with specific Subject Headings that describe what the book is about. Try one of the following Subject Headings to locate books about women and civil rights: Women civil rights workers -- United States -- Biography; African Americans -- Civil rights -- History -- 20th century -- SourcesAuthor: Mary Oberlies.

The editors also provide a general introduction that places these public addresses in context. Women and the Civil Rights Movement, gives voice to stalwarts whose passionate orations were vital to every phase of a movement that changed America.

Description. Historians have long agreed that women—black and white—were instrumental in shaping the civil rights movement. Until recently, though, such claims have not been supported by easily accessed texts of speeches and addresses.

Women were at the forefront of the civil rights struggle, but their indvidiual stories were rarely heard. Only recently have historians begun to recognize the central role women played in the battle for racial equality. In Sisters in the Struggle, we hear about the unsung heroes of the civil rights movements such as Ella Baker, who helped found the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee.

Lack of exposure for African American women. Black women in the s not only organized and led protests for civil rights, but expanded their reach into issues such as poverty, feminism, and other social "master narrative" would depict a Civil Rights movement constructed around notable male figures, which neglects to properly recognize female contributors.

Women and the civil rights movement, / Presents thirty-nine full-text addresses by women who spoke out while the struggle for civil rights was at its most intense. Many are published or transcribed from audio tape for the first time.

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Houck and David E. Dixon. Women's Studies in Communication: Vol. 32, No. 3, pp. Author: Sean Patrick O'Rourke. Women and the civil rights movement, Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, (DLC) Material Type: Biography, Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Davis W Houck; David E Dixon.Women and the Civil Rights Movement, gives voice to stalwarts whose passionate orations were vital to every phase of a movement that changed America.

Sociology Nonfiction Publication Details. “The Long Civil Rights Movement” The civil rights movement—which was much more than a demand for citizenship rights and legal equality—is still often bracketed by the U.S. Supreme Court’s Brown of Education decision on one end and either the Voting Rights Act or the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.

on the other. Yet even the national victories we think Cited by: 1.