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Reporting civil rights, Part one. American journalism 1941-1963

Author: Library of America (Firm)
Publisher: Princeton, N.J. : Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic, 2003.
Series: Library of America.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on CD : CD audio : English
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Published four decades after the March on Washington, this ... two-volume anthology chronicles over thirty tumultuous years in the struggle of African-Americans for freedom and equal rights. Drawn from original newspaper and magazine reports and contemporary books, [this book] offers a uniquely panoramic perspective on the fight to over-throw segregation in the United States. [This] volume follows the rise of the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Sources
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Library of America (Firm)
OCLC Number: 52315975
Notes: Originally published: New York : Library of America : Distributed to the trade in the U.S. by Penguin Putnam, c2003.
Description: 1 sound disc : digital, mono. ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: March on Washington Committee: Call to Negro America, "To march on Washington for jobs and equal participation in national defense:, "Until victory comes", May 1941 --
Negro morale, "Seething with resentment:, November 1941 / Roi Ottley --
"Will two good white men vouch for you?", Voter registration, Alabama, November 1941 / Tolly R. Broady --
Non-violence vs. Jim Crow, "I have a right to sit here", July 1942 / Bayard Rustin --
Thrown from train, attacked, "A simple request", August 1942 / L.O. Swingler --
Out of their mouths, "From Massachusetts to Mississippi", November 1942 / Sterling A. Brown --
The race riots, Detroit and the nation, July 1943 / Thomas Sancton --
Eyewitness story of riot, False rumors spurred mob, "All of Harlem was awake", August 1943 / Ralph Ellison --
Jim Crow in the army, "A new Negro will return from the war", February 1944 / Lucille B. Milner --
A blueprint for first class citizenship, "The spirit of revolt took shape", 1942-1944 / Pauli Murray --
Adventures in dining, "A lawful right", June 1945 / Langston Hughes --
Our G.I.'s in S. Pacific fiercely resent "Uncle Tom" roles, "Our Uncle Tomming Negro artists", 1945 / Charles H. Loeb --
It was a great day in Jersey, Jackie Robinson, April 1946 / Wendell Smith --
Lynch Law back in George--4 murdered, Monroe, Georgia, July 1946 / Tom O'Connor --
Race justice in Aiken, "Talk to me like a man", November 1946 / George McMillan --
Literacy tests, Southern style, "It doesn't matter how you answer", May 1947 --
Not so deep are the roots, Journey of reconciliation, April-September 1947 / James Peck --
When I was a child, "A heavy burden", 1949 / Lillian Smith --
Jim Crow in the North, "All over the country", 1949 / George S. Schuyler.
Series Title: Library of America.
Other Titles: Reporting civil rights.
American journalism 1941-1963

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Published four decades after the March on Washington, this ... two-volume anthology chronicles over thirty tumultuous years in the struggle of African-Americans for freedom and equal rights. Drawn from original newspaper and magazine reports and contemporary books, [this book] offers a uniquely panoramic perspective on the fight to over-throw segregation in the United States. [This] volume follows the rise of the modern civil rights movements from A. Philip Randolph's defiant 1941 call for a protest march on Washington to the summer of 1963 and the eve of the march that finally shook the nation's conscience.-Dust jacket.

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