Civil Rights Movement: A Reference Guide, 2nd Edition

Publisher: ABC-CLIO Release date: 2019-07-31

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Ideal for research, this one-stop reference provides a unique introduction to the Civil Rights Movement as it includes its development, issues, and leaders. Six essays capture the drama and conflict of the struggle, covering, among other topics, the origins of the movement, the role of women, the battle for racial equality in the North, and the lasting effects of the protests of the 1950s and 1960s. Ready-reference features include a chronology, a bibliography, photographs, and biographical profiles of 20 activists, from Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X to Ella Baker and Angela Davis. The book also contains a selection of primary sources, including presidential addresses, Supreme Court decisions, and FBI reports on Malcolm X and Stokeley Carmichael. Based on the latest scholarship in the field, this guide gives readers all of the analysis and reference sources they need to expand their understanding of the Civil Rights movement.

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Genre: USA

Collection: ABC-CLIO

Type: EPub

Pages: 282

ISBN: 9781440863011

Additional Information

Genre: USA

Collection: ABC-CLIO

Type: EPub

Pages: 282

ISBN: 9781440863011

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