Freedom now! ; The civil-rights struggle in America / edited by Alan F. Westin.

New York : Basic Books, [1964] .

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Subjects African Americans -- Civil rights.
Civil rights -- United States.
Civil rights.
United States.
Description xv, 346 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date [1964]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 329-341).
Contents Introduction: The unfolding civil-rights struggle in America / Alan F. Westin -- part 1. Negro perspectives on civil rights in the 1960s -- part 2. The Negro civil-rights struggle in historical perspective -- part 3. Sources of the civil-rights protest: Denial of voting rights to Negroes -- Racial discrimination in employment -- Segregation in public education: South and North -- Discrimination in public accommodations -- Denial of housing to Negroes -- Discrimination against Negroes in law enforcement -- part 4. The techniques of the civil-rights struggle -- part 5. Areas of tension within the civil-rights movement.
Color and American Civilization / James Baldwin -- Letter from Birmingham Jail / Martin Luther King Jr -- The Unpredictable Negro / Louis E Lomax -- Outgrowing the Ghetto Mind / Ebony -- The Management of the Civil Rights Struggle / Kenneth Clark, Roy Wilkins, Whitney Young Jr, James Farmer, Martin Luther King Jr and James Forman -- Freedom now but what then? / Loren Miller -- A Marshall Plan for the American Negro / National Urban League -- Black Muslims and Civil Rights / Malcolm X -- Ending Jim Crow Schools in Boston, 1855 / Louis Ruchames -- Ride ins and Sit ins of the 1870s / Alan F Westin -- The March on Washington Movement during World War II / A Philip Randolph -- A Chronology of the New Civil Rights Protest, 1960-1963 / Claude Sitton -- Bullets and Ballots in Greenwood, Mississippi / Claude Sitton -- Pattern of Southern Disenfranchisement of Negroes / Burke Marshall -- Jobs for Negroes The Unfinished Revolution / A Philip Randolph -- The Waste of Negro Talent in a Southern State / Gene Roberts Jr -- Racial Barriers in the Union Apprentice Programs / Herbery Hill -- Corporate Hiring Policies and Negoes / Newsweek -- School Integration Statistics in the South The Crawling Revolution / Alan F Westin -- The Techniques of Southern Tokenism / J Kenneth Morland -- Englewood, New Jersey A Case Study in De Facto Segregation / Paul Hope -- The Facts of De Facto / Time -- The Struggles foe Equal Service at Public Facilities / United States Commission on Civil Rights -- Humiliation Stalks Them / Roy Wilkins -- Cambridge Demonstration Resumed / Charles Rabb -- Breaking the Color Line in Memphis, Tennessee / Russell Sugarmon Jr -- The Realities of Discrimination in San Francisco / Irving Babow -- The Color Line in Northern Suburbia / James H Kirk and Elaine D Johnson -- The Struggle for Open Housing / Frances Levenson and Margaret Fisher -- Color Blind or Color Conscious? Benign Quotas in Housing / Peter Marcuse -- Keeping Negroes in Their Place in Geroria / United States Commission on Civil Rights -- Police Tactics in Mississippi / Mississippi Advisory Committee, United States Commission on Civil Rights -- Segregated Justice in Birmingham / Charles Morgan Jr -- Police Inaction and Anti Negro Violence / United States Commission on Civil Rights -- Keeping Negroes in Their Place in Detroit / United States Commission on Civil Rights -- Negroes and the Police in Los Angeles / Loren Miller -- Boycott in Philadelphia / Hannah Lees -- Picketing in Rochdale Village / William H Booth -- Freedom Ride Washington to New Orleans / James Peck -- Biracial Committee in Knoxville / Wilma Dykeman and James Stokely -- The Sit in Comes to Atlanta / C Eric Lincoln -- Court Victory in New Rochelle / Irving R Kaufman -- Marching on Washington / Murray Kepton -- Blockades in New York / Peter Kihss -- A Debate over Compensation Programs / Whitney M Young Jr and Kyle Haselden -- The Negro and Labor Unions / Daniel Bell -- Negro Jewish Relations / Will Maslow -- The New Negro and the Protestant Churches / Gayraud S Wilmore Jr -- Whit and Negro Extremism / Harry S Ashmore -- Middle Class Negroes and the Negro Masses / Whitney M Young Jr -- The White Liberals Retreat / Murray Friedman.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)423347
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WorldCat Identities Westin, Alan F.,
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