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Reporting civil rights, advisory board, Clayborne Carson [and others]

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Reporting civil rights
Title
Reporting civil rights
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advisory board, Clayborne Carson [and others]
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Subject
Genre
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eng
Summary
From A. Philip Randolph's defiant call in 1941 for African Americans to march on Washington to Alice Walker in 1973, Reporting civil rights presents firsthand accounts of the revolutionary events that overthrew segregation in the United States. This two-volume anthology brings together for the first time nearly 200 newspaper and magazine reports and book excerpts, and features 151 writers, including James Baldwin, Robert Penn Warren, David Halberstam, Lillian Smith, Gordon Parks, Murray Kempton, Ted Poston, Claude Sitton, and Anne Moody. A newly researched chronology of the movement, a 32-page insert of rare journalist photographs, and original biographical profiles are included in each volume
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DLC
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323.1/196073/0904
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
Index
index present
LC call number
E185.61
LC item number
.R47 2003
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1944-
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Carson, Clayborne
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The Library of America series
Series volume
137-138
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  • Civil rights movements
  • African Americans
  • African Americans
  • Civil rights movements
  • United States
  • United States
  • Journalism
  • Civil Rights Movement
  • Burgerrechten
  • African Americans
  • Civil Rights
  • Race Relations
  • Journalism
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Reporting civil rights, advisory board, Clayborne Carson [and others]
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes
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volume
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rdacarrier
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text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • pt. 1. American journalism, 1941-1963 -- pt. 2. American journalism, 1963-1973
  • Bayard Rustin
  • Ben H. Bagdikian
  • The 19-day ordeal of Minnie Jean Brown, February 1958
  • Ted Poston
  • The book, May 1958
  • Murray Kempton
  • How to solve the segregation problem, 1956-1958
  • Harry L. Golden
  • Ordeal in Levittown, August 1957-August 1958
  • David B. Bittan
  • from Black Like Me, November 1959
  • Thrown from train, attacked, August 1942
  • John Howard Griffin
  • Students hit Woolworth's for lunch service, February 1960
  • Albert L. Rozier Jr.
  • Negro sitdowns stir fear of wider unrest in South, February 1960
  • Claude Sitton
  • "A good city gone ugly", March 1960
  • David Halberstam
  • Fear and hatred grip Birmingham, April 1960
  • Harrison E. Salisbury
  • Eye of the storm, May 1960
  • L.O. Swingler
  • Dan Wakefield
  • Out of their mouths, November 1942
  • Sterling A. Brown
  • The race riots, July 1943
  • Thomas Sancton
  • Eyewitness story of riot: false rumors spurred mob, August 1943
  • Ralph Ellison
  • Jim Crow in the Army, February 1944
  • pt. 1.
  • Lucille B. Milner
  • A blueprint for first class citizenship, 1942-1944
  • Pauli Murray
  • Adventures in dining, June 1945
  • Langston Hughes
  • Our G.I.'s in S. Pacific fiercely resent "Uncle Tom" roles, 1945
  • Charles H. Loeb
  • It was a great day in Jersey, April 1946
  • Wendell Smith
  • Lynch Law back in Georgia-4 murdered, July 1946
  • Call to Negro America: "To march on Washington for jobs and equal participation in national defense", May 1941
  • Tom O'Connor
  • Race justice in Aiken, November 1946
  • George McMillan
  • Literacy tests: Southern style, May 1947
  • Jack H. Pollack
  • Not so deep are the roots, April-September 1947
  • James Peck
  • When I was a child, 1949
  • Lillian Smith
  • Jim Crow in the North, 1949
  • March on Washington Committee
  • George S. Schuyler
  • Men who shame our state and flag, August 1949
  • Ralph McGill
  • Florida's legal lynching, September 1949
  • Ted Poston
  • Cicero nightmare, July 1951
  • Homer A. Jack
  • Mrs. Means married woman, 1951-1952
  • Hodding Carter
  • Thurgood Marshall and the 14th Amendment, 1952
  • Negro morale, November 1941
  • James Poling
  • from Jim Crow's Last Stand, November-December 1953
  • Carl T. Rowan
  • Supreme Court, 9-0, bans segregation in schools, May 1954
  • Robert J. Donovan
  • Charge two with lynch death of 14-year-old, September 1955
  • Marty Richardson
  • He went all the way, September 1955
  • Murray Kempton
  • Justice in Sumner, September 1955
  • Roi Ottley
  • Dan Wakefield
  • Respectable racism, October 1955
  • Dan Wakefield
  • At Holt Street Baptist Church, December 1955
  • Joe Azbell
  • The shocking story of approved killing in Mississippi, January 1956
  • William Bradford Huie
  • "When the riots came", February 1956
  • Murray Kempton
  • A brickbat for education: a kiss for the bedroom in Dixie, March 1956
  • "Will two good white men vouch for you?", November 1941
  • Langston Hughes
  • The bus boycott in Montgomery, March 1956
  • L.D. Reddick
  • from The Negroes of Montgomery, June 1956
  • Ted Poston
  • Tallahassee spirit: tired of being pushed around, July 1956
  • Samuel L. Gandy
  • Segregation: the inner conflict in the South, 1956
  • Robert Penn Warren
  • "If you got the guts . . .", September 1956
  • Tolly R. Broady
  • Murray Kempton
  • The ordeal of Bobby Cain, September, 1956
  • George McMillan
  • A sequel to segregation, October 1956
  • Richard B. Stolley
  • Montgomery morning, December 1956
  • Wilma Dykeman,
  • James Stokely
  • Martin Luther King: where does he go from here?, April 1957
  • Ted Poston
  • Non-violence vs. Jim Crow, July 1942
  • A rabbi in Montgomery, May 1957
  • Harry L. Golden
  • Violence at Central High, September 1957
  • Relman Morin
  • "We were kicked, beaten", September 1957
  • James L. Hicks
  • President sends troops to Little Rock, federalizes Arkansas National Guard; tells nation he acted to avoid anarchy, September 1957
  • Anthony Lewis
  • from We Went South, October 1957
  • James N. Rhea,
  • Howard Zinn
  • "Ain't those cheerleaders something", December 1960
  • John Steinbeck
  • "Good Jelly's" last stand, January 1961
  • David Halberstam
  • The evicted, February 1961
  • Fred Travis
  • Challenge to Negro leadership: the case of Robert Williams, 1959-1961
  • Julian Mayfield
  • The not-buying power of Philadelphia's Negroes, 1960-1961
  • --
  • Hannah Lees
  • Reporter tails "Freedom" bus, caught in riot, May 1961
  • Stuart H. Loory
  • Tear gas and hymns, May 1961
  • Murray Kempton
  • 2 mob victims ready to die for integration, May 1961
  • Bob Duke
  • A walk through a Georgia corridor, July 1959-June 1961
  • Charlayne Hunter
  • Travel notes from a Deep South tourist, June 1961
  • They can't turn back, May 1960
  • Frank Holloway
  • Everybody eats but Americans, August 1961
  • George Collins
  • from Revolution in Mississippi, July-October 1961
  • Tom Hayden
  • Dixie's race signs "Gone With the Wind", December 1961
  • William Kennedy
  • Over 500 Negro arrests in Albany, December 1961
  • Trezzvant W. Anderson
  • A Negro tourist in Dixie, November 1961-April 1962
  • James Baldwin
  • Bettye Rice Hughes
  • The reporter in the Deep South, April 1962
  • John Herbers
  • Sheriff harasses Negroes at voting rally in Georgia, July 1962
  • Claude Sitton
  • The hostile witness, August 1962
  • Murray Kempton
  • Meredith blocked at Ole Miss, September 1962
  • W.F. Minor
  • On the Mississippi warfront: Oxford's a town all shook up, September 1962
  • The Negro revolt against "The Negro leaders", 1960
  • James L. Hicks
  • "It was war-and marshals were losing", October 1962
  • Rick Tuttle
  • Courthouse Square is authentic picture of occupied town, October 1962
  • Kenneth L. Dixon
  • How a secret deal prevented a massacre at Ole Miss, October 1962
  • George B. Leonard,
  • T. George Harris,
  • Christopher S. Wren
  • Kennedy: the reluctant emancipator, December 1961-November 1962
  • Louis E. Lomax
  • Howard Zinn
  • Down at the cross: letter from a region in my mind, 1962
  • James Baldwin
  • My Negro problem-and ours, February 1963
  • Norman Podhoretz
  • Letter from Birmingham Jail, April 1963
  • Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Eyewitness: the police terror at Birmingham, May 1963
  • Len Holt
  • Waiting in the rain at the Birmingham Jail, May 1963
  • Fifth Avenue, Uptown: a letter from Harlem, 1960
  • Raymond R. Coffey
  • Rioting Negroes routed by police at Birmingham, May 1963
  • Claude Sitton
  • 9-block area lies devastated; buildings still burn after riot, May 1963
  • Hedrick Smith
  • from We Shall Overcome, May 1963
  • Michael Dorman
  • Police dogs in Ala. spur N.C. unrest, May 1963
  • Cliff MacKay
  • Alabama admits Negro students; Wallace bows to federal force, June 1963
  • James Baldwin
  • Claude Sitton
  • N.A.A.C.P. leader slain in Jackson; protests mount, June 1963
  • Claude Sitton
  • from Mississippi Black Paper, June 1963
  • Fannie Lou Hamer,
  • Annell Ponder,
  • June Johnson
  • Portrait of three heroes, January-June 1963
  • Tom Dent
  • from Coming of Age in Mississippi, September 1962-June 1963
  • Finishing school for pickets, August 1960
  • Anne Moody
  • Epilogue in Albany: were the mass marches worthwhile?, July 1963
  • Reese Cleghorn
  • Blazing guns mark freedom fight: embattled defenders fire from rooftops, July 1963
  • George W. Collins
  • Chronology 1941-1973
  • Claude Sitton
  • Bussing in Boston, 1964-1965
  • Robert Coles
  • On the role of Martin Luther King, 1965
  • August Meier
  • And you, too, Sidney Poitier!, 1966
  • Calvin C. Hernton
  • Fish are jumping an' the cotton is high: notes from the Mississippi Delta, 1965-1966
  • Mike Thelwell
  • 2 veteran rights leaders ousted by SNCC, May 1966
  • Jack Nelson
  • First of 4 Birmingham bomb victims is buried, September 1963
  • The Meredith march, June-July 1966
  • Paul Good
  • Which way to Grenada?, August 1966
  • Robert Analavage
  • Big changes are coming, June-August 1966
  • James H. Meredith
  • Welfare in Mississippi: "tradition" vs. Title VI, February 1967
  • Robert E. Anderson Jr.
  • We're gonna rule, May 1967
  • Bob Fletcher
  • James D. Williams
  • Whip of Black power, May 1967
  • Gordon Parks
  • The second coming of Martin Luther King, April-May 1967
  • David Halberstam
  • "We ain't taking no more", July 1967
  • George Barner
  • The killing of Billy Furr, caught in the act of looting beer, July 1967
  • Dale Wittner
  • Riot!-a Negro resident's story, July 1967
  • Sandra A. West
  • Birmingham: "My God, you're not even safe in church", September 1963
  • The white community asks repeatedly, "Why?", July 1967
  • Carol Schmidt
  • Breslin on riot: death, laughter, but no sanity, July 1967
  • Jimmy Breslin
  • Guerilla war rips 12th, July 1967
  • Jon Lowell
  • Nightmare journey, July 1967
  • Bob Clark
  • The call of the Black Panthers, August 1967
  • Sol Stern
  • Karl Fleming
  • U.S. letter: Cleveland, October 1967
  • Calvin Trillin
  • Martin Luther King is slain in Memphis, April 1968
  • Earl Caldwell
  • Martin Luther King is still on the case!, April 1968
  • Garry Wills
  • Black Panther, May 1968
  • Joan Didion
  • "No man can fill Dr. King's shoes" -- but Abernathy tries, May 1968
  • Paul Good
  • The Military's limited war against segregation, September 1963
  • from A Special Rage, June 1968
  • Gilbert Moore
  • "Keep on a-walking, children", April-June 1968
  • Pat Watters
  • Marks after the campaign, August 1968
  • Steve Van Evera
  • Fairfield never had a Negro official-until last month, when it elected six, September 1968
  • Bob Labaree
  • S.N.C.C. in decline after 8 years in lead, October 1968
  • C. Gerald Fraser
  • Ruth Brecher,
  • Jesse Jackson: heir to Dr. King?, December 1968
  • Richard Levine
  • from Mau-Mauing the Flak Catchers, 1968-1969
  • Tom Wolfe
  • from Yazoo: integration in a deep-southern town, October 1969-January 1970
  • Willie Morris
  • The two nations at Wesleyan University, January 1970
  • Richard J. Margolis
  • The South revisited after a momentous decade, August 1970
  • Karl Fleming
  • Edward Brecher
  • The revolutionary people's constitutional convention, September-November 1970
  • Nora Sayre
  • Discovering one another in a Georgia town, November 1970-February 1971
  • Marshall Frady
  • Staying home in Mississippi, August 1973
  • Alice Walker
  • Chronology 1941-1973
  • The battle-scarred youngsters, August 1962-October 1963
  • Howard Zinn
  • pt. 2.
  • Gloria, Gloria, November 1963
  • Murray Kempton
  • The August 28th march on Washington, May--November 1963
  • Michael Thelwell
  • A Southern city with Northern problems, December 1963
  • Hunter S. Thompson
  • The ominous Malcolm X exits from the Muslims, March 1964
  • Marc Crawford
  • Tired of being sick and tired, May 1964
  • Jerry DeMuth
  • The view from the front of the bus, August 1963
  • Martin Luther King and 17 others jailed trying to integrate St. Augustine restaurant, May 1964
  • John Herbers
  • Gambler's choice in Georgia, June 1964
  • Peter de Lissovoy
  • 3 in rights drive reported missing, June 1964
  • Claude Sitton
  • "Seeing St. Aug." proves exciting, June 1964
  • Snow James
  • The lone wolf of civil rights, July 1964
  • Martin Mayer
  • Marlene Nadle
  • Harlem diary, July 1964
  • Lez Edmond
  • from Three Lives for Mississippi, June-August 1964
  • William Bradford Huie
  • Mississippian relates struggle of Negro in voter registration, August 1964
  • Nan Robertson
  • Mississippi at Atlantic City, August 1964
  • Charles M. Sherrod
  • Oktibbeha County, Mississippi, August 1965
  • Jeremiah S. Gutman
  • Capital is occupied by a gentle army, August 1963
  • Personal terror in Mississippi, September 1964
  • Christopher S. Wren
  • A life for a vote, April 1963-September 1964
  • John Hersey
  • Last summer in Mississippi, June-October 1964
  • Alice Lake
  • Ollie McClung's big decision, October 1964
  • Michael Durham
  • Georgia boy goes home, November 1964
  • Louis E. Lomax
  • Russell Baker
  • "This little light . . .", July-November 1964
  • Peter de Lissovoy
  • A strange, tight little town, loath to admit complicity, December 1964
  • David Nevin
  • from A Southern Tale, 1963-1965
  • James Farmer
  • Malcolm X: the complexity of a man in the jungle, February 1965
  • Marlene Nadle
  • Malcolm X shot to death at rally here, February 1965
  • Peter Kihss
  • 200,000 march for civil rights in orderly Washington rally; President sees gain for Negro, August 1963
  • "I was a zombie then-like all Muslims, I was hypnotized", February 1965
  • Gordon Parks
  • Alabama police use gas and clubs to rout Negroes, March 1965
  • Roy Reed
  • Midnight plane to Alabama, March 1965
  • George B. Leonard
  • Selma: "Ain't gonna let nobody turn me 'round", March 1965
  • Andrew Kopkind
  • Johnson urges Congress at Joint Session to pass law insuring Negro vote, March 1965
  • Tom Wicker
  • E.W. Kenworthy
  • ". . . It was worth the boy's dying", March 1965
  • Paul Good
  • Selma, Alabama: the charms of goodness, March 1965
  • Elizabeth Hardwick
  • Changing the South, March 1965
  • Jimmy Breslin
  • Letter from Selma, March 1965
  • Renata Adler
  • McComb, Mississippi, May 1965
  • John Beecher
  • Birmingham bomb kills 4 Negro girls in church; riots flare; 2 boys slain, September 1963
  • Selma revisited: 4 months after their "finest hour" rights forces are in disarray, July 1965
  • Haynes Johnson
  • Eight men slain; guard moves in, August 1965
  • Art Berman
  • "Burn, baby, burn!", August 1965
  • Robert Richardson
  • August, 1965, August 1965
  • Jerry Farber
  • Deacons for defense, September 1965
  • Hamilton Bims
Control code
ocm50424981
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
2 volumes
Isbn
9781931082297
Lccn
2002027459
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, plates
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o50424981
  • (OCoLC)50424981
Label
Reporting civil rights, advisory board, Clayborne Carson [and others]
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • pt. 1. American journalism, 1941-1963 -- pt. 2. American journalism, 1963-1973
  • Bayard Rustin
  • Ben H. Bagdikian
  • The 19-day ordeal of Minnie Jean Brown, February 1958
  • Ted Poston
  • The book, May 1958
  • Murray Kempton
  • How to solve the segregation problem, 1956-1958
  • Harry L. Golden
  • Ordeal in Levittown, August 1957-August 1958
  • David B. Bittan
  • from Black Like Me, November 1959
  • Thrown from train, attacked, August 1942
  • John Howard Griffin
  • Students hit Woolworth's for lunch service, February 1960
  • Albert L. Rozier Jr.
  • Negro sitdowns stir fear of wider unrest in South, February 1960
  • Claude Sitton
  • "A good city gone ugly", March 1960
  • David Halberstam
  • Fear and hatred grip Birmingham, April 1960
  • Harrison E. Salisbury
  • Eye of the storm, May 1960
  • L.O. Swingler
  • Dan Wakefield
  • Out of their mouths, November 1942
  • Sterling A. Brown
  • The race riots, July 1943
  • Thomas Sancton
  • Eyewitness story of riot: false rumors spurred mob, August 1943
  • Ralph Ellison
  • Jim Crow in the Army, February 1944
  • pt. 1.
  • Lucille B. Milner
  • A blueprint for first class citizenship, 1942-1944
  • Pauli Murray
  • Adventures in dining, June 1945
  • Langston Hughes
  • Our G.I.'s in S. Pacific fiercely resent "Uncle Tom" roles, 1945
  • Charles H. Loeb
  • It was a great day in Jersey, April 1946
  • Wendell Smith
  • Lynch Law back in Georgia-4 murdered, July 1946
  • Call to Negro America: "To march on Washington for jobs and equal participation in national defense", May 1941
  • Tom O'Connor
  • Race justice in Aiken, November 1946
  • George McMillan
  • Literacy tests: Southern style, May 1947
  • Jack H. Pollack
  • Not so deep are the roots, April-September 1947
  • James Peck
  • When I was a child, 1949
  • Lillian Smith
  • Jim Crow in the North, 1949
  • March on Washington Committee
  • George S. Schuyler
  • Men who shame our state and flag, August 1949
  • Ralph McGill
  • Florida's legal lynching, September 1949
  • Ted Poston
  • Cicero nightmare, July 1951
  • Homer A. Jack
  • Mrs. Means married woman, 1951-1952
  • Hodding Carter
  • Thurgood Marshall and the 14th Amendment, 1952
  • Negro morale, November 1941
  • James Poling
  • from Jim Crow's Last Stand, November-December 1953
  • Carl T. Rowan
  • Supreme Court, 9-0, bans segregation in schools, May 1954
  • Robert J. Donovan
  • Charge two with lynch death of 14-year-old, September 1955
  • Marty Richardson
  • He went all the way, September 1955
  • Murray Kempton
  • Justice in Sumner, September 1955
  • Roi Ottley
  • Dan Wakefield
  • Respectable racism, October 1955
  • Dan Wakefield
  • At Holt Street Baptist Church, December 1955
  • Joe Azbell
  • The shocking story of approved killing in Mississippi, January 1956
  • William Bradford Huie
  • "When the riots came", February 1956
  • Murray Kempton
  • A brickbat for education: a kiss for the bedroom in Dixie, March 1956
  • "Will two good white men vouch for you?", November 1941
  • Langston Hughes
  • The bus boycott in Montgomery, March 1956
  • L.D. Reddick
  • from The Negroes of Montgomery, June 1956
  • Ted Poston
  • Tallahassee spirit: tired of being pushed around, July 1956
  • Samuel L. Gandy
  • Segregation: the inner conflict in the South, 1956
  • Robert Penn Warren
  • "If you got the guts . . .", September 1956
  • Tolly R. Broady
  • Murray Kempton
  • The ordeal of Bobby Cain, September, 1956
  • George McMillan
  • A sequel to segregation, October 1956
  • Richard B. Stolley
  • Montgomery morning, December 1956
  • Wilma Dykeman,
  • James Stokely
  • Martin Luther King: where does he go from here?, April 1957
  • Ted Poston
  • Non-violence vs. Jim Crow, July 1942
  • A rabbi in Montgomery, May 1957
  • Harry L. Golden
  • Violence at Central High, September 1957
  • Relman Morin
  • "We were kicked, beaten", September 1957
  • James L. Hicks
  • President sends troops to Little Rock, federalizes Arkansas National Guard; tells nation he acted to avoid anarchy, September 1957
  • Anthony Lewis
  • from We Went South, October 1957
  • James N. Rhea,
  • Howard Zinn
  • "Ain't those cheerleaders something", December 1960
  • John Steinbeck
  • "Good Jelly's" last stand, January 1961
  • David Halberstam
  • The evicted, February 1961
  • Fred Travis
  • Challenge to Negro leadership: the case of Robert Williams, 1959-1961
  • Julian Mayfield
  • The not-buying power of Philadelphia's Negroes, 1960-1961
  • --
  • Hannah Lees
  • Reporter tails "Freedom" bus, caught in riot, May 1961
  • Stuart H. Loory
  • Tear gas and hymns, May 1961
  • Murray Kempton
  • 2 mob victims ready to die for integration, May 1961
  • Bob Duke
  • A walk through a Georgia corridor, July 1959-June 1961
  • Charlayne Hunter
  • Travel notes from a Deep South tourist, June 1961
  • They can't turn back, May 1960
  • Frank Holloway
  • Everybody eats but Americans, August 1961
  • George Collins
  • from Revolution in Mississippi, July-October 1961
  • Tom Hayden
  • Dixie's race signs "Gone With the Wind", December 1961
  • William Kennedy
  • Over 500 Negro arrests in Albany, December 1961
  • Trezzvant W. Anderson
  • A Negro tourist in Dixie, November 1961-April 1962
  • James Baldwin
  • Bettye Rice Hughes
  • The reporter in the Deep South, April 1962
  • John Herbers
  • Sheriff harasses Negroes at voting rally in Georgia, July 1962
  • Claude Sitton
  • The hostile witness, August 1962
  • Murray Kempton
  • Meredith blocked at Ole Miss, September 1962
  • W.F. Minor
  • On the Mississippi warfront: Oxford's a town all shook up, September 1962
  • The Negro revolt against "The Negro leaders", 1960
  • James L. Hicks
  • "It was war-and marshals were losing", October 1962
  • Rick Tuttle
  • Courthouse Square is authentic picture of occupied town, October 1962
  • Kenneth L. Dixon
  • How a secret deal prevented a massacre at Ole Miss, October 1962
  • George B. Leonard,
  • T. George Harris,
  • Christopher S. Wren
  • Kennedy: the reluctant emancipator, December 1961-November 1962
  • Louis E. Lomax
  • Howard Zinn
  • Down at the cross: letter from a region in my mind, 1962
  • James Baldwin
  • My Negro problem-and ours, February 1963
  • Norman Podhoretz
  • Letter from Birmingham Jail, April 1963
  • Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Eyewitness: the police terror at Birmingham, May 1963
  • Len Holt
  • Waiting in the rain at the Birmingham Jail, May 1963
  • Fifth Avenue, Uptown: a letter from Harlem, 1960
  • Raymond R. Coffey
  • Rioting Negroes routed by police at Birmingham, May 1963
  • Claude Sitton
  • 9-block area lies devastated; buildings still burn after riot, May 1963
  • Hedrick Smith
  • from We Shall Overcome, May 1963
  • Michael Dorman
  • Police dogs in Ala. spur N.C. unrest, May 1963
  • Cliff MacKay
  • Alabama admits Negro students; Wallace bows to federal force, June 1963
  • James Baldwin
  • Claude Sitton
  • N.A.A.C.P. leader slain in Jackson; protests mount, June 1963
  • Claude Sitton
  • from Mississippi Black Paper, June 1963
  • Fannie Lou Hamer,
  • Annell Ponder,
  • June Johnson
  • Portrait of three heroes, January-June 1963
  • Tom Dent
  • from Coming of Age in Mississippi, September 1962-June 1963
  • Finishing school for pickets, August 1960
  • Anne Moody
  • Epilogue in Albany: were the mass marches worthwhile?, July 1963
  • Reese Cleghorn
  • Blazing guns mark freedom fight: embattled defenders fire from rooftops, July 1963
  • George W. Collins
  • Chronology 1941-1973
  • Claude Sitton
  • Bussing in Boston, 1964-1965
  • Robert Coles
  • On the role of Martin Luther King, 1965
  • August Meier
  • And you, too, Sidney Poitier!, 1966
  • Calvin C. Hernton
  • Fish are jumping an' the cotton is high: notes from the Mississippi Delta, 1965-1966
  • Mike Thelwell
  • 2 veteran rights leaders ousted by SNCC, May 1966
  • Jack Nelson
  • First of 4 Birmingham bomb victims is buried, September 1963
  • The Meredith march, June-July 1966
  • Paul Good
  • Which way to Grenada?, August 1966
  • Robert Analavage
  • Big changes are coming, June-August 1966
  • James H. Meredith
  • Welfare in Mississippi: "tradition" vs. Title VI, February 1967
  • Robert E. Anderson Jr.
  • We're gonna rule, May 1967
  • Bob Fletcher
  • James D. Williams
  • Whip of Black power, May 1967
  • Gordon Parks
  • The second coming of Martin Luther King, April-May 1967
  • David Halberstam
  • "We ain't taking no more", July 1967
  • George Barner
  • The killing of Billy Furr, caught in the act of looting beer, July 1967
  • Dale Wittner
  • Riot!-a Negro resident's story, July 1967
  • Sandra A. West
  • Birmingham: "My God, you're not even safe in church", September 1963
  • The white community asks repeatedly, "Why?", July 1967
  • Carol Schmidt
  • Breslin on riot: death, laughter, but no sanity, July 1967
  • Jimmy Breslin
  • Guerilla war rips 12th, July 1967
  • Jon Lowell
  • Nightmare journey, July 1967
  • Bob Clark
  • The call of the Black Panthers, August 1967
  • Sol Stern
  • Karl Fleming
  • U.S. letter: Cleveland, October 1967
  • Calvin Trillin
  • Martin Luther King is slain in Memphis, April 1968
  • Earl Caldwell
  • Martin Luther King is still on the case!, April 1968
  • Garry Wills
  • Black Panther, May 1968
  • Joan Didion
  • "No man can fill Dr. King's shoes" -- but Abernathy tries, May 1968
  • Paul Good
  • The Military's limited war against segregation, September 1963
  • from A Special Rage, June 1968
  • Gilbert Moore
  • "Keep on a-walking, children", April-June 1968
  • Pat Watters
  • Marks after the campaign, August 1968
  • Steve Van Evera
  • Fairfield never had a Negro official-until last month, when it elected six, September 1968
  • Bob Labaree
  • S.N.C.C. in decline after 8 years in lead, October 1968
  • C. Gerald Fraser
  • Ruth Brecher,
  • Jesse Jackson: heir to Dr. King?, December 1968
  • Richard Levine
  • from Mau-Mauing the Flak Catchers, 1968-1969
  • Tom Wolfe
  • from Yazoo: integration in a deep-southern town, October 1969-January 1970
  • Willie Morris
  • The two nations at Wesleyan University, January 1970
  • Richard J. Margolis
  • The South revisited after a momentous decade, August 1970
  • Karl Fleming
  • Edward Brecher
  • The revolutionary people's constitutional convention, September-November 1970
  • Nora Sayre
  • Discovering one another in a Georgia town, November 1970-February 1971
  • Marshall Frady
  • Staying home in Mississippi, August 1973
  • Alice Walker
  • Chronology 1941-1973
  • The battle-scarred youngsters, August 1962-October 1963
  • Howard Zinn
  • pt. 2.
  • Gloria, Gloria, November 1963
  • Murray Kempton
  • The August 28th march on Washington, May--November 1963
  • Michael Thelwell
  • A Southern city with Northern problems, December 1963
  • Hunter S. Thompson
  • The ominous Malcolm X exits from the Muslims, March 1964
  • Marc Crawford
  • Tired of being sick and tired, May 1964
  • Jerry DeMuth
  • The view from the front of the bus, August 1963
  • Martin Luther King and 17 others jailed trying to integrate St. Augustine restaurant, May 1964
  • John Herbers
  • Gambler's choice in Georgia, June 1964
  • Peter de Lissovoy
  • 3 in rights drive reported missing, June 1964
  • Claude Sitton
  • "Seeing St. Aug." proves exciting, June 1964
  • Snow James
  • The lone wolf of civil rights, July 1964
  • Martin Mayer
  • Marlene Nadle
  • Harlem diary, July 1964
  • Lez Edmond
  • from Three Lives for Mississippi, June-August 1964
  • William Bradford Huie
  • Mississippian relates struggle of Negro in voter registration, August 1964
  • Nan Robertson
  • Mississippi at Atlantic City, August 1964
  • Charles M. Sherrod
  • Oktibbeha County, Mississippi, August 1965
  • Jeremiah S. Gutman
  • Capital is occupied by a gentle army, August 1963
  • Personal terror in Mississippi, September 1964
  • Christopher S. Wren
  • A life for a vote, April 1963-September 1964
  • John Hersey
  • Last summer in Mississippi, June-October 1964
  • Alice Lake
  • Ollie McClung's big decision, October 1964
  • Michael Durham
  • Georgia boy goes home, November 1964
  • Louis E. Lomax
  • Russell Baker
  • "This little light . . .", July-November 1964
  • Peter de Lissovoy
  • A strange, tight little town, loath to admit complicity, December 1964
  • David Nevin
  • from A Southern Tale, 1963-1965
  • James Farmer
  • Malcolm X: the complexity of a man in the jungle, February 1965
  • Marlene Nadle
  • Malcolm X shot to death at rally here, February 1965
  • Peter Kihss
  • 200,000 march for civil rights in orderly Washington rally; President sees gain for Negro, August 1963
  • "I was a zombie then-like all Muslims, I was hypnotized", February 1965
  • Gordon Parks
  • Alabama police use gas and clubs to rout Negroes, March 1965
  • Roy Reed
  • Midnight plane to Alabama, March 1965
  • George B. Leonard
  • Selma: "Ain't gonna let nobody turn me 'round", March 1965
  • Andrew Kopkind
  • Johnson urges Congress at Joint Session to pass law insuring Negro vote, March 1965
  • Tom Wicker
  • E.W. Kenworthy
  • ". . . It was worth the boy's dying", March 1965
  • Paul Good
  • Selma, Alabama: the charms of goodness, March 1965
  • Elizabeth Hardwick
  • Changing the South, March 1965
  • Jimmy Breslin
  • Letter from Selma, March 1965
  • Renata Adler
  • McComb, Mississippi, May 1965
  • John Beecher
  • Birmingham bomb kills 4 Negro girls in church; riots flare; 2 boys slain, September 1963
  • Selma revisited: 4 months after their "finest hour" rights forces are in disarray, July 1965
  • Haynes Johnson
  • Eight men slain; guard moves in, August 1965
  • Art Berman
  • "Burn, baby, burn!", August 1965
  • Robert Richardson
  • August, 1965, August 1965
  • Jerry Farber
  • Deacons for defense, September 1965
  • Hamilton Bims
Control code
ocm50424981
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
2 volumes
Isbn
9781931082297
Lccn
2002027459
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, plates
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o50424981
  • (OCoLC)50424981

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