A Promise and a Way of Life: White Antiracist Activism
Beginning with the diverse catalysts that started these activists on their journeys, this book demonstrates the contributions and limitations of white antiracism in key social justice movements."--BOOK JACKET.
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Getting Started Roots of Radical Traditions
Civil Rights and the 1960s
Will the Circle
Multiracial Feminism and the 1970s
Black Power and White Accountability Women Choosing Sides
Seeking a Critical Mass Ample Work to Be Done
Prison Activism The Vastness of the Sky
Power Power Whos Got the Power?
In All Its Incarnations White Antiracist Culture
Toward a Comparative Feminist Movement Time Line
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