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The Resource Voices of freedom : an oral history of the civil rights movement from the 1950s through the 1980s, [compiled by] Henry Hampton and Steve Fayer with Sarah Flynn

Voices of freedom : an oral history of the civil rights movement from the 1950s through the 1980s, [compiled by] Henry Hampton and Steve Fayer with Sarah Flynn

Label
Voices of freedom : an oral history of the civil rights movement from the 1950s through the 1980s
Title
Voices of freedom
Title remainder
an oral history of the civil rights movement from the 1950s through the 1980s
Statement of responsibility
[compiled by] Henry Hampton and Steve Fayer with Sarah Flynn
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Eyewitness accounts of three decades of civil rights history
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
323.1/196073
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
E185.61
LC item number
.H224 1990
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Voices of freedom : an oral history of the civil rights movement from the 1950s through the 1980s, [compiled by] Henry Hampton and Steve Fayer with Sarah Flynn
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [665]-670)
Contents
"I wanted the whole world to see" / Emmett Till, 1955 -- Montgomery bus boycott, 1955-1956: "Like a revival starting" -- Little Rock crisis, 1957-1958: "I had cracked the wall" -- Student sit-ins in Nashville, 1960: "Badge of honor" -- Freedom rides, 1961: "Sticks and bricks" -- Albany, Georgia, 1961-1962: "Mother lode" -- James Meredith enters Ole Miss, 1962: "Things would never be the same" -- Birmingham, 1963: "Something has got to change" -- Organizing in Mississippi, 1961-1963: "The reality of what we were doing hit me" -- March on Washington, 1963: "They voted with their feet" -- Sixteenth Street Church bombing, 1963: "You realized how intense the opposition was" -- Mississippi Freedom Summer, 1964: "Representation and the right to participate" -- Selma, 1965: "Troopers, advance" -- Malcolm X (1925-1965): "Our own black shining prince!" -- Lowndes County Freedom Organization, 1965-1966: "Vote for the Panther, then go home" -- Meredith march, 1966: "Hit them now" -- Chicago, 1966: "Chicago was a symbol" -- Muhammad Ali, 1964-1967: "I am the greatest" -- King and Vietnam, 1965-1967: "His philosophy made it impossible not to take a stand" -- Birth of the Black Panthers, 1966-1967: "We wanted control" -- Detroit, 1967: "Inside most black people there was a time bomb" -- Election of Carl Stokes: "We had to be organized" -- Howard University, 1967-1968: "You saw the silhouette of her Afro" -- King's last crusade: "We've got some difficult days ahead" -- Resurrection City, 1968: "The end of a major battle" -- Ocean Hill-Brownsville, 1967-1968: "Everything became more political" -- Black Panthers, 1968-1969: "How serious and deadly the game" -- Attica and prisoners' rights, 1971: "There's always time to die" -- Gary convention, 1972: "Unity without uniformity" -- Busing in Boston, 1974-1976: "As if some alien was coming into the school" -- Atlanta and affirmative action, 1973-1980: "Politics of inclusion" -- Epilogue: From Miami to America's future
Control code
27403
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxviii, 692 p.
Isbn
9780553057348
Lccn
89018297
Other physical details
ill
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm20628084
  • (OCoLC)20628084
Label
Voices of freedom : an oral history of the civil rights movement from the 1950s through the 1980s, [compiled by] Henry Hampton and Steve Fayer with Sarah Flynn
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [665]-670)
Contents
"I wanted the whole world to see" / Emmett Till, 1955 -- Montgomery bus boycott, 1955-1956: "Like a revival starting" -- Little Rock crisis, 1957-1958: "I had cracked the wall" -- Student sit-ins in Nashville, 1960: "Badge of honor" -- Freedom rides, 1961: "Sticks and bricks" -- Albany, Georgia, 1961-1962: "Mother lode" -- James Meredith enters Ole Miss, 1962: "Things would never be the same" -- Birmingham, 1963: "Something has got to change" -- Organizing in Mississippi, 1961-1963: "The reality of what we were doing hit me" -- March on Washington, 1963: "They voted with their feet" -- Sixteenth Street Church bombing, 1963: "You realized how intense the opposition was" -- Mississippi Freedom Summer, 1964: "Representation and the right to participate" -- Selma, 1965: "Troopers, advance" -- Malcolm X (1925-1965): "Our own black shining prince!" -- Lowndes County Freedom Organization, 1965-1966: "Vote for the Panther, then go home" -- Meredith march, 1966: "Hit them now" -- Chicago, 1966: "Chicago was a symbol" -- Muhammad Ali, 1964-1967: "I am the greatest" -- King and Vietnam, 1965-1967: "His philosophy made it impossible not to take a stand" -- Birth of the Black Panthers, 1966-1967: "We wanted control" -- Detroit, 1967: "Inside most black people there was a time bomb" -- Election of Carl Stokes: "We had to be organized" -- Howard University, 1967-1968: "You saw the silhouette of her Afro" -- King's last crusade: "We've got some difficult days ahead" -- Resurrection City, 1968: "The end of a major battle" -- Ocean Hill-Brownsville, 1967-1968: "Everything became more political" -- Black Panthers, 1968-1969: "How serious and deadly the game" -- Attica and prisoners' rights, 1971: "There's always time to die" -- Gary convention, 1972: "Unity without uniformity" -- Busing in Boston, 1974-1976: "As if some alien was coming into the school" -- Atlanta and affirmative action, 1973-1980: "Politics of inclusion" -- Epilogue: From Miami to America's future
Control code
27403
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxviii, 692 p.
Isbn
9780553057348
Lccn
89018297
Other physical details
ill
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm20628084
  • (OCoLC)20628084

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