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Historical Dictionary Of School Segregation And Desegregation

Author : Jeffrey A. Raffel
ISBN : 0313295026
Genre : Education
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Provides entries for people, court decisions, concepts, reports and books, legislation, and organizations related to desegration

Southern University Law Center

Author : Dr. Rachel L. Emanuel and Carla Ball
ISBN : 9781467127509
Genre : Education
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Founded in 1947, the Southern University Law Center (SULC) in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, is a model for student body and faculty diversity. While SULC was once required by law to be an all-black institution, the school's founders and subsequent leadership have created a legacy of providing access and opportunity to legal education that continues today. SULC graduates, beginning with the legendary civil rights attorney, political leader, and educator Jesse N. Stone Jr. and others in the school's first graduating class of 1950, have become trailblazers. The alumni have been successful in law, business, government, and other careers in Louisiana and places beyond. This book highlights their successes as well as the historical events that have shaped this institution. From student-led efforts to desegregate public accommodations to alumni leadership in achieving greater diversity in the Louisiana judiciary, SULC has and continues to produce lawyer-leaders who effect positive change.

Encyclopedia Of The United States Constitution

Author : David Andrew Schultz
ISBN : 9781438126777
Genre : Constitutional law
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Covers the people, court cases, historical events, and terms relating to one of the most studied political documents in schools across the country, the United States Constitution.


Author : Nancy P. O'Brien
ISBN : 1563086263
Genre : Education
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Nearly 500 key reference sources in the education field today-most new to this edition and published within the last decade-are listed by subject and type of work. Numerous Web site references and an increased number of journal annotations reflect the increasing reliance on these sources. Topics include educational technology and media; multilingual and multicultural education; adult alternative, continuing, and distance education; and educational research and testing.

Rabble Rousers

Author : Clive Webb
ISBN : 9780820335773
Genre : History
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The decade following the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education decision saw white southerners mobilize in massive resistance to racial integration. Most segregationists conceded that ultimately they could only postpone the demise of Jim Crow. Some militant whites, however, believed it possible to win the civil rights struggle. Histories of the black freedom struggle, when they mention these racist zealots at all, confine them to the margin of the story. These extremist whites are caricatured as ineffectual members of the lunatic fringe. Civil rights activists, however, saw them for what they really were: calculating, dangerous opponents prepared to use terrorism in their stand against reform. To dismiss white militants is to underestimate the challenge they posed to the movement and, in turn, the magnitude of civil rights activists' accomplishments. The extremists helped turn massive resistance into a powerful political phenomenon. While white southern elites struggled to mobilize mass opposition to racial reform, the militants led entire communities in revolt. Rabble Rousers turns traditional top-down models of massive resistance on their head by telling the story of five far-right activists--Bryant Bowles, John Kasper, Rear Admiral John Crommelin, Major General Edwin Walker, and J. B. Stoner--who led grassroots rebellions. It casts new light on such contentious issues as the role of white churches in defending segregation, the influence of anti-Semitism in southern racial politics, and the divisive impact of class on white unity. The flame of the far right burned brilliantly but briefly. In the final analysis, violent extremism weakened the cause of white southerners. Tactical and ideological tensions among massive resisters, as well as the strength and unity of civil rights activists, accelerated the destruction of Jim Crow.

G K Hall Interdisciplinary Bibliographic Guide To Black Studies

Author : Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
ISBN : 0783889232
Genre : African Americans
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Library Journal

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ISBN : UVA:X006067963
Genre : Libraries
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International Journal Of Educational Reform

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ISBN : UVA:X006122131
Genre : Educational change
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Against The Grain

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ISBN : UOM:39015082962724
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Achieving Racial Balance

Author : Sondra Astor Stave
ISBN : 0313295239
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Five case-studies of mid-sized Northeastern communities--Dayton, Hartford, Rochester, Trenton, and Wilmington--are used to examine and analyze school desegregation experiences. Qualities likely to encourage the peaceful achievement of racial balance are described. The study concludes that parents are most concerned about safety, educational quality, and their ability to exert influence over their children's schooling. This study describes and analyzes how five communities in the northeastern United States have addressed the subject of desegregation. Dayton, Ohio; Hartford, Connecticut; Rochester, New York; Trenton, New Jersey; and Wilmington, Delaware share the experience of having increasingly large, poor minority populations surrounded by mostly white, generally affluent suburbs. All five are similar mid-sized urban communities which have been consistently or intermittently involved with school desegregation. Historic and demographic issues, legal considerations, political, administrative, and community responsibility are explored by Stave as factors in the achievement of racial balance. Scores of interviews augment legal decisions and public documents. Stave finds that rapidly shifting populations make projections somewhat risky; however, respecting certain widely held concerns will make desegregation more likely. Parents seek a safe environment for their children and want to have a say in where their children are educated. Committed and charismatic leadership, extensive community participation, the availability of enhanced educational components to guarantee a high quality of education, cooperative city-state relations, and a metropolitan region large enough to discourage white flight are qualities likely to encourage the achievement of racial balance. An important reading for public officials and scholars involved with education policy, and urban and minority affairs.

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