Blacks in America: 1954-1979 download epub
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Traces the social, political, and cultural advances made by Black Americans from Roosevelt's New Deal to the 1954 Supreme Court decision banning segregation show more. Format Paperback 89 pages. Discusses the events of a 25-year period during which blacks emerged as a force in their attempts to gain political and cultural recognition and increased civil rights. Published 1980 by F. Watts in New York.
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Florence Rosenfeld Howe (born March 17, 1929), is an American author, publisher, literary scholar and historian who is considered a leader of the contemporary feminist movement. Born in Brooklyn, New York on March 17, 1929, Florence was the daughter of Samuel, a taxi driver and Frances Stilly Rosenfeld, a bookkeeper. Florence loved learning from a young age. Her mother, Frances, encouraged her daughter to follow a teaching career.