Along Freedom Road: Hyde County, North Carolina and the Fate of Black Schools in the South
Univ of North Carolina Press, 1994 - 235 من الصفحات
David Cecelski chronicles one of the most sustained and successful protests of the civil rights movement_the 1968-69 school boycott in Hyde County, North Carolina. For an entire year, the county's black citizens refused to send their children to school in
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الصفحة 212 - Southern Regional Council and the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial. The student pushout; Victim of continued resistance to desegregation.
الصفحة 213 - The Effects of School Desegregation on the Employment Status of Negro Principals in North Carolina.
الصفحة 213 - The Affinity of Negro Pupils for Segregated Schools: Obstacle to Desegregation," Journal of Negro Education, 40 (Fall, 1971) 313-321 [Louisiana] Barbara Carter.
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