Topic: "Civil Rights Movement"

Articles with the highest percentage of words belonging to the category "Civil Rights Movement."

Author Title Type Year Topic %
Staff Will The Circle Be Unbroken? Program Listings Article 1997
50
Michael Cooper A Passionate, First-Hand Story of One Place in the Movement. Review 1990
47
David Chalmers The Organization Behind the Man. Review 1987
47
Vicki L. Crawford Bridging the Gap Review 1999
47
Joanne Grant Writing and Doing: Women in Civil Rights Article 1989
46
H. Randall Williams "Grace and Guts" Virginia Foster Durr 1903-1999 Article 1999
45
John Dittmer REVIEWS: An Essential Toughness Review 2000
45
Barry E. Lee Spirit and Velocity Review 1994
45
Janis Powell Southern Women Article 1979
44
David J. Garrow The Origins of the Montgomery Bus Boycott Article 1985
44
Gordon D. Gibson Reflections on Racial Progress in Mississippi:'Freedom Summer' After Fifteen Years Article 1980
41
Patricia Sullivan Five Decades of Activism Article 1990
41
Ellen G. Spears Jumping on Racism with Both Feet Review 2003
41
W. B. Ragsdale, Jr. A Reporter's Retrospective of the Movement Review 1992
41
Jewell Handy Gresham Bearing Witness Review 1994
41
Staff Peace and Power: Earl Theodore Shinhoster (1950-2000) Article 2000
40
Julian Bond History, Hope and Heroes Article 1993
40
Randall Williams "...Something Is Bound to Happen" Review 2003
39
Jacqueline Rouse BOOKS: Freedom's Light Review 1996
39
Mary Nell Morgan An Imperfect Assessment of Movement Flank Actions. Review 1990
38
Adam Fairclough Race and Democracy: The Civil Rights Struggle in Louisiana Article 1995
38
David Chalmers Of Movements and a Man. Review 1987
38
Sarah Torian In Memoriam: Hosea Williams 1926 - 2000 Article 2000
38
Lawrence J. Hanks Stephen Oates. Let The Trumpet Sound: The Life of Martin Luther King, Jr. Harper and Row, 1982. Paper edition by Plume, New American Library, 1983. Review 1983
37
Patricia Sullivan Palmer Weber, 1914-1986 Article 1986
37
David J. Garrow Walking the Walk Review 1998
37
Sharron Hannon Women and the Civil Rights Movement: Roles Too Long Unexamined Article 1988
36
Michael L. Thurmond Flag Waving Down South: Searching History for Solutions Article 1989
36
Stetson Kennedy Salute to the Vanguard Review 1995
36
Staff Cora Tucker (1938-1997) Article 1997
36
Patricia Sullivan Henry Wallace's Campaign Foreshadowed the Movement as Well as the Rainbow Article 1988
35
Todd Moye Freedom Hammer Review 2000
35
James W. Loewen The Last Innocents: The Civil Rights Movement and the Teaching of High School History Article 1995
34
Earl T. Shinhoster Flag Waving Down South. How Long?: Battling an 'Inappropriate Display' Article 1989
34
Staff Teaching the Movement: "Will the Circle Be Unbroken" Now Available with a Curriculum Guide Article 1999
34
L. W. D. Movement Profiles. Review 1990
33
Staff A Collective Effort Article 1997
33
Suzanne Marshall Extraordinary Actions Review 1993
33
Anne Braden In Birmingham, a Hearing on Human Rights Article 1994
33
Elaine Davenport Angela Davis: 'Rekindle the Flame' Article 1990
32
John Egerton A brave voice in the wilderness Review 1992
32
Matthew Lassiter Tilling the Ground for Change Review 1996
32
Barry E. Lee Black Southern Churches Under Fire Article 1996
32
Diane Raschke Teaching "Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" in South Carolina Schools Article 2000
32
Charles M. Payne The Light of Freedom Article 1995
31
Robert J. Norrell A Highway Up From Darkness Review 2003
30
John Egerton Homegrown Progressives Article 1994
30
Patricia Sullivan Cause at Heart: A Former Communist Remembers by Junius Irving Scales and Richard Nickson. (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1987.427 pages. $24.95.) Review 1988
29
Susan Stevenot Sullivan Marge Baroni: The Awakening of Activism Article 2002
29
Julian Bond Democracy Demands Memory Article 1997
29