10 BÜCHER, DIE MIT «ANTISEGREGATIONIST» IM ZUSAMMENHANG STEHEN
Entdecke den Gebrauch von antisegregationist
in der folgenden bibliographischen Auswahl. Bücher, die mit antisegregationist
im Zusammenhang stehen und kurze Auszüge derselben, um seinen Gebrauch in der Literatur kontextbezogen darzustellen.
Interpreting Law and Literature: A Hermeneutic Reader
The antisegregationist interpretation is not a "substitution" because the essential
axiom of legal interpretation — the belief holding together the chain — is that the
real authors (and thus their text) share the values of the interpreter to some ...
Sanford Levinson, Steven Mailloux, 1988
Segregation: A Global History of Divided Cities
To thrive in the otherwise hostile era since, today's antisegregationist visionaries
—who include grassroots activists, academics, public officials, reformers, and
planners—have developed cross-oceanic intellectual networks of their own, ...
Carl H. Nightingale, 2012
Billy Graham and the Rise of the Republican South
65 The Jackson crusade, then, featured only a premature expression of
antisegregationist sentiments that had yet to congeal.66 In his 1953 crusade in
Chattanooga, Graham took a more forthright stand against segregation in ...
The Oxford Handbook of American Public Opinion and the Media
Even so thorough a paper as The New York Times wrote about antisegregationist
leaders and organizations almost entirely on the inside pages, when it reported
on them at all. Only once between 1935 and 1940 . . . did the Times run a ...
Robert Y. Shapiro, Lawrence R. Jacobs, 2013
The Civil Rights Legacy of Harry S. Truman
Nonetheless, as president, Truman helped launch the modern civil rights
movement by enacting antisegregationist policies and by adopting controversial,
and often politically unpopular, stances in regard to racial equality. He became
the first ...
Raymond H. Geselbracht, 2007
Torn at the Roots: The Crisis of Jewish Liberalism in ...
... individual Jewish community leaders, as ACCESS activist Sharon Rose later
reported, also requested that ACCESS work together with them to advance the
antisegregationist cause. ACCESS agreed; consequently, several Jewish
The Mighty Wurlitzer: How the CIA Played America
... increasingly liberal, with congresses in the early 1960s voting to express their
condemnation of the McCarthyite House Un-American Activities Committee and
support for the antisegregationist Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee.
Making the Second Ghetto: Race and Housing in Chicago 1940-1960
Kraemer decision, articulated a policy on living space that was enthusiastically
antisegregationist. Even Mayor Martin Kennelly, who personally valued the city's
peace over its integration, was compelled in the aftermath of a 1950 Park Manor
The other mostly black, led by Fannie Lou Hamer and Phil Carter's brother
Hodding, son of the legendary antisegregationist editor from Greenville,
Mississippi, Hodding Carter, Sr. Karl Fleming, chief of Newsweek's southem
bureau in Atlanta, ...
In spite of Kennedy's willingness to take action against those who ignored
antisegregationist laws, many civil rights leaders remained disappointed that he
wasn't doing more. As Kennedy biographer Thomas C. Reeves noted, "[Kennedy]
3 NACHRICHTEN, IN DENEN DER BEGRIFF «ANTISEGREGATIONIST» VORKOMMT
Erfahre, worüber man in den einheimischen und internationalen Medien spricht und wie der Begriff antisegregationist
im Kontext der folgenden Nachrichten gebraucht wird.
Can cities desegregate?
To thrive in the otherwise hostile era since, today's antisegregationist visionaries—who include grassroots activists, academics, public officials, ... «Salon, Mai 12»
A Banker Whose Photos Tell the Stories of Bronx Prostitutes
His father, Charles Arnade, was a history professor and civil rights activist who braved criticism for his views as an outspoken antisegregationist ... «New York Times, Feb 12»
Apology Shines Light on Racial Schism in Medicine
But for African-American and other antisegregationist physicians, there remained a final bastion of racial exclusion to conquer: the A.M.A. To do ... «New York Times, Jul 08»