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

By: Gillespie, Deanna MContributor(s): Harrold, Stanley | Miller, Randall MMaterial type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooksSouthern dissent: Description: 1 online resource (xv, 260 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 0813057868; 9780813057866Subject(s): African American women civil rights workers -- History | African American women -- Political activity -- History | White supremacy movements -- United States -- HistoryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Citizenship Education Program and black women's political cultureDDC classification: 305.48/896073 LOC classification: E185.97.C83 | G55 2021Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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
Summary: "This book details how African American women used lessons in basic literacy to crack the foundation of white supremacy and sow seeds for collective action during the civil rights movement"--
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

"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

"This book details how African American women used lessons in basic literacy to crack the foundation of white supremacy and sow seeds for collective action during the civil rights movement"--

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