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Women in the Civil Rights Movement

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The popular image of the civil rights movement is of a struggle composed of men, but women played an essential role at every level. The essays presented here range from studies of individual women – including Ella Baker, Septima Clark, Fannie Lou Hamer, Gloria Richardson, Eleanor Roosevelt, Modjeska Simkins and Mary Church Terrell to studies of the school and housing integration fight, organizers in the Mississippi Delta, the Highlander Folk School and South Carolina Sea Island Citizenship Schools, and the Free Southern Theater. Softcover; 290 pages

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