List of Acronyms.
Part I: Sowing Seeds.
Article: Southern Reformers, the New Deal, and the Movement's
Foundation. (Patricia Sullivan).
Document A: Street Car Petition, Jacksonville, Florida,
Document B: NAACP School Desegregation Petition, 1955.
2. Labor and Civil Rights.
Article: Organized Labor and the Struggle for Black Equality in
Mobile during World War II. (Bruce Nelson).
Document A : Transcription of Tape Documentary on Natchez
Laundry Workers Strike, October 17, 1965.
Document B: Memoirs of a Birmingham Coal Miner, 1964.
Part II: Defiance.
3. White Resistance.
Article: Crabgrass-Roots Politics: Race, Rights, and the
Reaction Against Liberalism in the Urban North, 1940-1964. (Thomas
Document A:Untitled Little Rock Poem, ca. 1957.
Document B: Americans for the Preservation of the White Race,
Broadside, ca 1960s.
Document C: Brumsic Brandon Jr. "Up North, Down South,"
4. Anti-Communism, Anti-Civil Rights.
Article: Race and Red-Baiting. (Adam Fairclough).
Document A: Defender's News and View's Aug-Sept 1959.
Letter to the Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission,
Part III: Participants.
5. Liberals and Moderates.
Article: "South of the South?": Jews, Blacks, and the Civil
Rights Movement in Miami, 1945-1960. (Raymond A. Mohl).
Document A: The Conversion of Peggy Terry, ca 1950s.
Document B: "One can not be a Christian and a Segregationist,
6. Women in the Civil Rights Movement.
Article: Passing the Torch: African American Women in the Civil
Rights Movement: LaVerne Gyant.
Document A: Fannie Lou Hamer, "The Special Plight and Role of
Black Women," 1971.
Document B: Septima Poinsette Clark Memoir, 1979, 1984.
Clarice T. Campbell Correspondence, summer 1956.
Part IV: Local-National Relationships.
7. The NAACP.
Article: The NAACP in North Carolina during the Age of
Segregation. (Raymond Gavins).
Document A:NAACP v. Button, 1963.
Document B: Jackson, Mississippi, Boycott Campaign, 1962-63.
Article: Baseball's Reluctant Challenge: Desegregating Major
League Spring Training Sites, 1961-1964. (Jack E. Davis).
Document A: Siege at Savannah, 1964.
Document B: People in Motion: The Story of the Birmingham
Part V: Empowerment.
9. Black Power and Culture.
Article: New Day in Babylon: The Black Power Movement and
American Culture, 1965-1975. (William L. Van DeBurg).
Document A:Robert Williams, Negroes With Guns, 1962.
Document B: Stokely Carmichael and Charles Hamilton, "The Search
for New Forms," 1967.
Document C: Brumsic Brandon Jr. cartoon, 1968.
10. Political Power.
Article: The Civil Rights Movement as Urban Reform: Atlanta's
Black Neighborhoods and a New "Progessivism": Ronald H. Bayor.
Document A: Voter Registration Testimonies, ca 1960s.
Document B: Petition, August 29, 1965.
Document C: Shaw v. Reno, 1993.
Part VI: The Continuing Saga.
11. Environmental Injustice.
Article: From NIMBY to Civil Rights: The Origins of the
Environmental Justice Movement. (Eileen Maura McGurty).
Document A: Slum Clearance, Community Style, ca 1940s.
Document B: Letter Addressing Lead Poisoning, 1957.
12. Affirmative Action.
Article: Race, History, and Policy, African Americans and Civil
Rights Since 1964. (Hugh Davis Graham).
Document A: The Kerner Report, Employment Report, Introduction,
Document B: Keyes v. School District No. 1, Denver, Colorado