Race Work: The Rise of Civil Rights in the Urban West

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Nearly sixty years ago, Lincoln and Eleanor Ragsdale descended upon the isolated, somewhat desolate, and entirely segregated city of Phoenix, Arizona, in search of freedom and opportunity-a move that would ultimately transform an entire city and, arguably, the nation. Race Work tells the story of this remarkable pair, two of the most influential black activists of the post-World War II American West, and through their story, supplies a missing chapter in the history of the civil rights movement, American race relations, ...

Race Work: The Rise of Civil Rights in the Urban West 2007, University of Nebraska Press

ISBN-13: 9780803260276

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Race Work: The Rise of Civil Rights in the Urban West 2005, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, NE

ISBN-13: 9780803248212

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