Black Life in Mississippi

Black Life in Mississippi

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Six essays explore the life and culture of Black Mississippians between the 1860s and the 1980s, focusing on politics and leadership as embodied by Hiram Rhodes Revels; efforts to develop the newspaper, newsletter, and magazine as media of mass communications in the state; the geographical location of lynch victims; education as expressed in the size and distribution of graduates at Alcorn State University; and the social and cultural significance of poets. c. Book News Inc.Essays on Political, Social, and Cultural Studies in a Deep South State Julius Eric Thompson ... life for many Black Mississippians, despite their educational achievements. In 1988, the Los Angeles Times reported that: aquot;More than half ofanbsp;...

Title:Black Life in Mississippi
Author: Julius Eric Thompson
Publisher:University Press of America - 2001-01-01

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