Glen Browder, former U.S. congressman from Alabama, argues that the civil rights movement in the South was not exclusively marked by… read more
Glen Browder, former U.S. congressman from Alabama, argues that the civil rights movement in the South was not exclusively marked by struggles between blacks and white. Instead, he presents a history of bi-racial cooperation in the efforts to advance civil rights. He was joined in discussion by Butler Derrick, former U.S. congressman from South Carolina, Eva Clayton, former U.S. congresswoman from North Carolina, and Artemesia Stanberry, assistant professor at North Carolina Central University and coauthor of Stealth Reconstruction at the National Archives in Washington, DC. close
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Glen Browder U.S. Representative (Former) [D] Alabama
Eva M Clayton U.S. Representative (Former) [D] North Carolina
Butler Derrick U.S. Representative (Former) [D] South Carolina
Michael K. Fauntroy Professor George Mason University, Arlington->School of Public Policy
David Ferriero Archivist of the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration
Artemesia F. Stanberry Assistant Professor North Carolina Central University->Political Science Department
The South's New Racial Politics
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- National Archives and Records AdministrationNational Archives and Records Administration
- Association of Former Members of CongressAssociation of Former Members of Congress
- Congressional Black Caucus FoundationCongressional Black Caucus Foundation
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