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A different day : African American struggles for justice in rural Louisiana, 1900-1970 /

by De Jong, Greta.
Publisher: Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, c2002Description: xvi, 316 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0807827118; 0807853798.Subject(s): Rural population -- History -- 20th century. -- Louisiana | African American civil rights workers -- History -- 20th century. -- Louisiana | Civil rights movements -- History -- 20th century. -- Louisiana | Rural African Americans -- History -- Civil rights -- 20th century. -- Louisiana | African Americans -- Social conditions -- 20th century. -- Louisiana | Rural African Americans -- Politics and government -- 20th century. -- Louisiana | Louisiana -- Politics and government | Louisiana -- Rural conditions | Louisiana -- Race relationsOnline resources: Table of contents | Book review (H-Net) | Publisher description
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: 1 And Did Not Pay Them a Cent: Reconstruction and the -- Roots of the Twentieth-Century Freedom Struggle 10 -- 2 Our Plight Here Is Bad: The Limits of Protest in a New -- South Plantation Economy 19 -- 3 They Will Not Fight in the Open: Strategies of Resistance in -- the Jim Crow Era 41 -- 4 We Feel You All Aut to Help Us: Struggles for Citizenship, -- 1914-1929 64 -- 5 With the Aid of God and the FSA: The Louisiana Farmers' -- Union and the Freedom Struggle in the New Deal Era 85 -- 6 I Am an American Born Negro: Black Empowerment and -- White Responses during World War II 116 -- 7 The Social Order Have Changed: The Emergence of the Civil -- Rights Movement, 1945-1960 144 -- 8 To Provide Leadership and an Example: The Congress of -- Racial Equality and Local People in the 1960s 175.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 277-298) and index.

Machine generated contents note: 1 And Did Not Pay Them a Cent: Reconstruction and the -- Roots of the Twentieth-Century Freedom Struggle 10 -- 2 Our Plight Here Is Bad: The Limits of Protest in a New -- South Plantation Economy 19 -- 3 They Will Not Fight in the Open: Strategies of Resistance in -- the Jim Crow Era 41 -- 4 We Feel You All Aut to Help Us: Struggles for Citizenship, -- 1914-1929 64 -- 5 With the Aid of God and the FSA: The Louisiana Farmers' -- Union and the Freedom Struggle in the New Deal Era 85 -- 6 I Am an American Born Negro: Black Empowerment and -- White Responses during World War II 116 -- 7 The Social Order Have Changed: The Emergence of the Civil -- Rights Movement, 1945-1960 144 -- 8 To Provide Leadership and an Example: The Congress of -- Racial Equality and Local People in the 1960s 175.

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