Download PDF by Angela Jones: African American Civil Rights: Early Activism and the

By Angela Jones

ISBN-10: 0313393605

ISBN-13: 9780313393600

This clean and invigorating research illuminates the often-neglected tale of early African American civil rights activism.

• fundamental resource records together with the Niagara Movement's "Declaration of Principles"

• A chronology of the improvement of the civil rights movement

• photos of key avid gamers within the Niagara Movement

• An expansive bibliography encompassing titles from sociology, political technology, and history

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