Greater than equal : African American struggles for schools and citizenship in North Carolina, 1919-1965 /
Chapel Hill :
The University of North Carolina Press,
|Series:||UNC Press law publications.
Civil rights and social justice.
|Online Access:||HeinOnline UNC Press Law Publications|
HeinOnline Civil Rights and Social Justice
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Table of Contents:
- The price of equality: Black loyalty, self-help, and the "right kind of citizenship"
- Lessons in citizenship: confronting the limits of curricular equalization in the Jim Crow South
- The high cost of it all: James E. Shepard and higher education equalization
- A "most spectacular victory": teacher salary equalization and the dilemma of local leadership
- How can I learn when I'm cold?: a new generation's fight for school facilities equalization
- From equalization to integration: struggles for schools and citizenship in the age of Brown.