Battling the plantation mentality: Memphis and the Black freedom struggle
African American freedom is often defined in terms of emancipation and civil rights legislation, but it did not arrive with the stroke of a pen or the rap of a gavel.
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Memphis before World War
Where Would the Negro Women Apply for Work?
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