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Out of the Shadow of Tuskegee: Margaret Murray Washington, Social Activism, and Race Vindication
  • J. Rouse
  • Sociology
  • The Journal of Negro History
  • 1 January 1996
When Margaret James Murray Washington died on June 4, 1925, condolences flooded Tuskegee Institute from across the nation, including the President of the United States, Calvin Coolidge. In statementsExpand
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The Legacy of Community Organizing: Lugenia Burns Hope and the Neighborhood Union
  • J. Rouse
  • Sociology
  • The Journal of Negro History
  • 1 July 1984
The history of black women's social activism extends back to the early nineteenth century when they organized and participated in literary societies and benevolent organizations.1 Following the CivilExpand
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Women in the Civil Rights Movement: Trailblazers and Torchbearers, 1941- 1965. Black Women in United State History.
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS ACKNOWLEDGMENTS EDITORS' INTRODUCTION 1. Men Led, but Women Organized: Movement Participation of Women in the Mississippi Delta, by Charles Payne 2. Beyond the Human Self:Expand
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Review
  • J. Rouse
  • Journal of African American History
  • 1 January 2011
In Memoriam: Dr. Francine M. King
  • J. Rouse
  • Sociology
  • The Journal of Negro History
  • 1 July 1999
Visions of Racial Destiny: Reexamining African American Life in the New South
W E. B. Du Bois's invocation of the Veil, a transparent barrier between the white and African American worlds, is one of the most enduring symbols in African American literature. For Du Bois itExpand
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