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|Named Person:||Oliver Brown; Oliver Brown|
|Material Type:||Government publication, State or province government publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Orville Vernon Burton; David O'Brien
|ISBN:||9780252034770 0252034775 9780252076657 0252076656|
|Description:||[xi], 435 p.,  p. of plates : ill. (some col.), photos (some col.) ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||The Briggs v. Elliott legacy : black culture, consciousness, and community before Brown, 1930-1954 / Darlene Clark Hine --
Getting around Brown : the social warrant of the new racism / George Lipsitz --
From Brown to Grutter : the diverse beneficiaries of Brown v. Board of Education / Margaret L. Andersen --
Beyond school desegregation : the impact of Brown / Laughlin McDonald --
"A mind is a terrible thing to waste" : the advertising council, the United Negro College Fund, and educational access for African Americans / Jason Chambers --
Success and failure : how systemic racism trumped the Brown v. Board of Education decision / Joe R. Feagin and Bernice McNair Barnett --
From racial liberalism to racial literacy : Brown v. Board of Education and the interest-divergence dilemma / Lani Guinier --
Briggs : South Carolina's bold step that led to Brown / Joseph A. De Laine Jr. --
About integration : in memory of the Reverend J. A. De Laine / Ophelia De Laine Gona --
My life and times with Thurgood Marshall / John Hope Franklin --
The intolerable burden / Constance Curry --
The freedom riders : two personal perspectives / James C. Onderdonk --
Looking back at the Freedom Riders / Ed Blankenheim --
The middle generation after Brown / Kal Alston --
Why colored faces in high places just won't do / Sekou Sundiata --
The chance project / John Jennings --
What was always there / Ralph Lemon. Art and integration : an interview with Carrie Mae Weems / Carrie Mae Weems and David O'Brien --
Social studies : eight artists address Brown / David O'Brien --
A legacy of firsts : African Americans in architecture at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign / Kathryn H. Anthony and Nicholas Watkins --
Reflections on the Brown commemoration from a Champaign native / Nathaniel C. Banks --
Reform in the black power era / Joy Ann Williamson Lott --
Lest we forget / Richard Herman --
Enforcing Brown in sundown towns / James W. Loewen --
Civil rights : now and then / Julian Bond --
Reflections on America's academic achievement gap : a fifty-year perspective / Freeman A. Hrabowski III --
Just because of the color of his skin : the 1955 lynching of Emmett Till / Christopher Benson --
Thurgood Marshall's vision / Juan Williams and Christopher Teal.
|Responsibility:||edited by Orville Vernon Burton and David O'Brien.|
"A valuable book that serves as both a fitting tribute and a careful examination of the Brown v. Board of Education decision after a half century. The touching and moving recollections help us
- Discrimination in education -- Law and legislation -- United States -- History.
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- Civil rights -- United States.
- Brown, Oliver, -- 1918-1961 -- Trials, litigation, etc.
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- Brown, Oliver, -- 1918-1961.
- Topeka (Kan.). -- Board of Education.
- Civil rights.
- Discrimination in education -- Law and legislation.
- Segregation in education -- Law and legislation.
- United States.