Christian Sisterhood, Race Relations, and the YWCA, 1906-46

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As the major national biracial women's organization, the Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) provided a unique venue for women to respond to American race relations during the first half of the twentieth century. In "Christian Sisterhood, Race Relations, and the YWCA, 1906-46, " Nancy Marie Robertson shows how women of both races employed different understandings of "Christian sisterhood" in their responses. Although the YWCA was segregated at the local level, African American women were able to effectively challenge ...

Christian Sisterhood, Race Relations, and the YWCA, 1906-46 2010, University of Illinois Press

ISBN-13: 9780252077104

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Christian Sisterhood, Race Relations, and the YWCA, 1906-46 2007, University of Illinois Press, Urbana-Champaign, IL

ISBN-13: 9780252031939

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