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Time on two crosses : the collected writings of Bayard Rustin

Author: Bayard Rustin; Devon W Carbado; Donald Weise
Publisher: San Francisco : Cleis Press, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Bayard Rustin, the famed openly-gay African American organizer, taught Martin Luther King, Jr strategies of non-violence during the Montgomery Bus Boycott, thereby launching the birth of the Civil Rights Movement. This text showcases the extraordinary career of this black gay civil rights pioneer.
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Bayard Rustin; Devon W Carbado; Donald Weise
ISBN: 1573441740 9781573441742
OCLC Number: 52086457
Awards: Lambda Literary Award, 2003.
Description: xliv, 354 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: The making of a movement --
The politics of protest --
African American leadership --
Equality beyond race --
Gay rights --
Equality beyond America. Nonviolence vs. Jim Crow (1942) --
The Negro and nonviolence (1942) --
Letter to the draft board (1943) --
We challenged Jim Crow (1947) --
Civil disobedience, Jim Crow, and the armed forces (1948) --
Twenty-two days on a chain gang (1949) --
Montgomery diary (1956) --
Fear in the Delta (1956) --
New South--old politics (1956) --
Even in the face of death (1957) --
The meaning of Birmingham (1963) --
Preamble to the March on Washington (1963) --
From protest to politics : the future of the Civil Rights Movement (1964) --
Some lessons from Watts (1965) --
The mind of the black militant (1967) --
Guns, bread, and butter (1967) --
The anatomy of frustration (1968) --
No more guns (1969) --
Bayard Rustin meets Malcolm X (1960) --
Making his mark : the autobiography of Malcolm X (1965) --
In defense of Muhammad Ali (1967) --
Dr. King's painful dilemma (1967) --
Reflections on the death of Martin Luther King, Jr. (1968) --
The total vision of A. Philip Randolph (1969) --
Eldridge Cleaver and the democratic idea (1976) --
A black presidential candidacy? (1983) --
The curious case of Louis Farrakhan (1985). The myth of Black studies (1969) --
The failure of black separatism (1970) --
Feminism and equality (1970) --
The blacks and the unions (1971) --
Black women and women's liberation (1972) --
Affirmative action in an economy of scarcity (1974) --
Civil rights and uncivil wrongs (1982) --
Civil rights : twenty years later (1983) --
From Montgomery to Stonewall (1986) --
The new "Niggers" are gays (1980) --
Brother to brother : an interview with Joseph Beam (1986) --
Black and gay in the civil rights movement : an interview with open hands (1987) --
Martin Luther King's views on gay people (1987) --
The importance of gay rights legislation (1987) --
Time on two crosses : an interview with George Chauncey, Jr. (1987) --
African revolution (1958) --
How black Americans see black Africans--and vice versa (1969) --
American Negroes and Israel (1971) --
A U.S. coalition on human rights (1977) --
The war against Zimbabwe (1979) --
A way out : solutions for South Africa (1983).
Responsibility: edited by Devon W. Carbado and Donald Weise.
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Bayard Rustin, the famed openly-gay African American organizer, taught Martin Luther King, Jr strategies of non-violence during the Montgomery Bus Boycott, thereby launching the birth of the Civil Rights Movement. This text showcases the extraordinary career of this black gay civil rights pioneer.

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