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Charleston in black and white : Race and power in the south after the civil rights movement

Author: Steve Estes
Publisher: Chapel Hill : The University of North Carolina Press, [2015]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Once one of the wealthiest cities in America, Charleston, South Carolina, established a society built on the racial hierarchies of slavery and segregation. By the 1970s, the legal structures behind these racial divisions had broken down, and the wealth built upon them faded. Like many southern cities, Charleston had to construct a new public image. In this important book, Steve Estes chronicles the rise and fall of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Steve Estes
ISBN: 9781469622323 1469622327 9781469645506 1469645505
OCLC Number: 893721585
Description: 222 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Too proud to whitewash --
The Lowcountry --
Pater familias --
Little Black Joe --
Race against crime --
Fade to brown --
Save the males --
Seeing the elephant --
Shadows in the Sun Belt --
Conclusion.
Responsibility: Steve Estes.
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Based on detailed archival research and more than fifty oral history interviews, Charleston in Black and White addresses the complex roles played not only by race but also by politics, labour  Read more...

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A good narrative, full of insight and aware of the broader urban and regional contexts."" - American Historical Review""For those endeavoring to make sense of the color line in the post-civil rights Read more...

 
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