Rebellion in Black and white : southern student activism in the 1960s / edited by Robert Cohen and David J. Snyder ; foreword by Dan T. Carter.

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Other Authors: Cohen, Robert, 1955 May 21- (Editor)
Format: Book
Published:Baltimore : The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013.
Table of Contents:
  • Foreword: Deep South campus memories and the world the sixties made / Dan T. Carter
  • Introduction: Prophetic minority versus recalcitrant majority: Southern student dissent and the struggle for progressive change in the 1960s / Robert Cohen
  • pt. I. Early days: from talk to action.
  • Freedom now! SNCC galvanizes the new left / Wesley Hogan
  • Student free speech on both sides of the color line in Mississippi and the Carolinas / Joy Ann Williamson-Lott
  • Interracial dialogue and the Southern Student Human Relations Project / Erica L. Whittington
  • Moderate white activists and the struggle for racial equality on South Carolina campuses / Marcia G. Synnott
  • pt. II. Campus activism takes shape.
  • The rise of black and white student protest in Nashville / Jeffrey A. Turner
  • Student radicalism and the antiwar movement at the University of Alabama / Gary S. Sprayberry
  • Conservative student activism at the University of Georgia / Christopher A. Huff
  • pt. III. A cultural revolution and its discontents.
  • Sexual liberation at the University of North Carolina / Kelly Morrow
  • The counterculture as local culture in Columbia, South Carolina / Nicholas G. Meriwether
  • Government repression of the Southern new left / Gregg L. Michel
  • pt. IV. Black Power and the legacy of the freedom movement.
  • North Carolina A&T Black Power activists and the Student Organization for Black Unity / Jelani Favors
  • Black Power and the freedom movement in retrospect / Cleveland L. Sellers Jr.
  • Historical reflections / Doug Rossinow
  • Afterword / David T. Farber.