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The Struggle for Equality

Edited by Herbert Hill and James E. Jones, Jr.

Many of the most important events in recent American history come alive in these pages as the strategies and programs, the victories and defeats of the civil rights movement are rigorously examined. A unique aspect of the book is that the human experience of active participants in this rich history is evoked through personal and often poignant acounts, such as those of Kenneth B. Clark, whoin a memorable autobiographical essay describes a long life devoted to the pursuit of racial justice, and Patricia J. Williams, who relates the contemporary struggles of African American women to the historical context of slavery and its aftermath.

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The Struggle for Equality

Edited by Herbert Hill and James E. Jones, Jr.

Many of the most important events in recent American history come alive in these pages as the strategies and programs, the victories and defeats of the civil rights movement are rigorously examined. A unique aspect of the book is that the human experience of active participants in this rich history is evoked through personal and often poignant acounts, such as those of Kenneth B. Clark, whoin a memorable autobiographical essay describes a long life devoted to the pursuit of racial justice, and Patricia J. Williams, who relates the contemporary struggles of African American women to the historical context of slavery and its aftermath.

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Publisher University of Wisconsin Press
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ISBN-10 0299134245
ISBN-13 978-0299134242

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