THE HIDDEN HELP: BLACK DOMESTIC WORKERS IN THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT

@inproceedings{Armstrong2012THEHH,
  title={THE HIDDEN HELP: BLACK DOMESTIC WORKERS IN THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT},
  author={T. E. Armstrong},
  year={2012}
}
THE HIDDEN HELP: BLACK DOMESTIC WORKERS IN THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT Trena E. Armstrong November 2,2012 During the 1960's, nearly ninety percent of black women in the South worked as domestic servants. While much has been written depicting the dehumanizing and exploitative conditions in which they lived, their contributions to human rights garnered from their subtle acts of resistance and specifically, their involvement in the Civil Rights Movement, has either been undocumented or documented… Expand
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