Jennifer Jensen Wallach; John A Kirk
|ISBN:||9781557289681 1557289689 9781557289667 1557289662|
|描述：||xiv, 287 pages,  pages of plates : illustrations ; 23 cm|
|内容：||Pt. I. Historical assessments. The origins of SNCC in Arkansas: Little Rock, Lupper, and the law / John A. Kirk ; In the storm: William Hansen and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee in Arkansas, 1962-1967 / Brent Riffel ; "It was the wrong time, and they just weren't ready": Direct-action protest in Pine Bluff, 1963 / Holly Y. McGee ; Crossing the white line: SNCC in three Delta towns, 1963-1967 / Randy Finley ; Replicating history in a bad way? White activists and Black power in SNCC's Arkansas project / Jennifer Jensen Wallach --
Pt. II. Firsthand accounts. Arkansas daze / Bill Hansen ; Excerpts from an interview with Jim Jones / Robert Wright, Civil Rights Documentation Project ; Arkansas roots and consciousness / Michael Simmons ; Maeby civil rights / Sanderia Smith ; Excerpts from an interview with Bob Cableton / Robert Wright, Civil Rights Documentation Project ; Lessons from SNCC --
Arkansas 1965 / Nancy (Shaw) Stoller ; An e-mail interview with Tim Janke / Jennifer Jensen Wallach ; An interview with Millard "Tex" Lowe / Jennifer Jensen Wallach ; Arkansas SNCC memories / Laura Foner ; An interview with Gertrude Jackson / Jennefer Jensen Wallach ; My Arkansas journey / Arlene (Wilgoren) Dunn ; The civil rights movement in Pine Bluff / Vivian Carroll Jones --
Pt. III. Historical documents. "Up against the obstacles" (1960) ; "The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee" ; "Field report, Pine Bluff, Arkansas" (1963) ; Press releases: "Students attacked with ammonia in Pine Bluff" (1963) and "Pine Bluff movies, schools, park open to all" (1963) ; Letter to Ruthie Hansen from Bill Hansen (1964) ; "Field report, Phillips, Monroe, Arkansas and Lee counties" ; "Annual report" (1964) ; "Hansen resigns SNCC post; says Negroes should lead but he'll stay as adviser" (1964) ; An open letter from representatives of the Forrest City (Arkansas) movement (1965) ; Ozell Sutton v. Capitol Club, Inc. (1965) ; Letter to Arkansas summer project applicant (1965) ; Letter to Collin Minert from James O. Jones (1965) ; "What to bring with you" and "Orientation schedule" (1965) ; "82% Negro; 100% white" (1965) ; Letter to a "dear friend" from Jim Jones (1965) ; "What we shall overcome means to me" (1965) ; Journal entry by Mitchell Zimmerman (1965) ; Letter from Rev. Benjamin S. Grinage to John A. Hannah (1966) ; Press statement: Rev. Ben Grinage (1966) ; "Black power --
another definition" (1966) ; "Arkansas staff meeting" (1966) ; "Ex-workers for SNCC tell why group faded in state" (1967).
|責任：||edited by Jennifer Jensen Wallach and John A. Kirk.|
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- Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.)
- Civil rights movements -- Arkansas -- History -- 20th century.
- African Americans -- Civil rights -- History -- 20th century.
- African Americans -- Segregation -- Arkansas -- History -- 20th century.
- Arkansas -- Race relations.
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- Civil rights movements -- Arkansas -- History -- 20th century -- Sources.
- African Americans -- Civil rights -- History -- 20th century -- Sources.
- African Americans -- Segregation -- Arkansas -- History -- 20th century -- Sources.
- Arkansas -- Race relations -- Sources.
- African Americans -- Civil rights.
- African Americans -- Segregation.
- Civil rights movements.
- Race relations.