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Title The Citizenship Education Program and black women's political culture / Deanna M. Gillespie ; foreword by Stanley Harrold and Randall M. Miller.

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Series Southern dissent.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents "We're Going to Learn Together": Groundwork on Johns Island, South Carolina, 1948-1957 -- "New Outposts in the Growing Movement": Citizenship Schools in South Carolina and Alabama, 1958-1961 -- "Bring This Community Leadership Program to Your Town and County": Groundwork in Southeastern Georgia, 1960-1961 -- "Say It Is for Citizenship": Citizenship Education in Southeastern Georgia, 1961-1964 -- "We Shall Overcome Today": Groundwork in the Mississippi Delta, 1961-1963 -- Freedom Days: Citizenship Education in Mississippi, 1963-1965 -- "So Much Taking Place . . . So Rapidly": Citizenship Education in Mississippi and Alabama, 1965-1967 -- The Citizenship Education Program's "Second Phase," 1966-1969
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI Available via World Wide Web.
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Subject Citizenship Education Program -- History.
African American women civil rights workers -- History.
African American women -- Political activity -- History.
White supremacy movements -- United States -- History.
Added Author Harrold, Stanley, writer of foreword.
Miller, Randall M., writer of foreword.
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Related To Print version: Gillespie, Deanna M.. The Citizenship Education Program and black women's political culture Gainesville : University Press of Florida, [2021] 9780813066943 (DLC) 2021007604
ISBN 9780813057866 (adobe pdf)
9780813066943 (cloth)
OCLC # EBC6680280
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