Radical Women in the Struggle: A Review of Recent Literature on the Civil Rights and Black Freedom Movements

  title={Radical Women in the Struggle: A Review of Recent Literature on the Civil Rights and Black Freedom Movements},
  author={Charon Hribar},
  journal={Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion},
  pages={115 - 95}
  • Charon Hribar
  • Published 8 December 2013
  • History
  • Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion
Katherine mellen charron. Freedom’s Teacher: The Life of Septima Clark. chapel hill: university of north carolina Press, 2009. glenda elizabeth gilmore. Defying Dixie: The Radical Roots of Civil Rights, 1919−1950. new York: w. w. norton, 2008. dayo F. gore. Radicalism at the Crossroads: African American Women Activists in the Cold War. new York: new York university Press, 2011. dayo F. gore, Jeanne theoharis, and Komozi woodard, eds. Want to Start a Revolution? Radical Women in the Black… 
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