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[EAN: 9780807121702], Neubuch, [PU: Louisiana State University Press, United States], Social Science|Discrimination & Race Relations, Social Science|Ethnic Studies|African-American Studies, Political Science, Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.In 1951, Carl Rowan, a young African American journalist from Minneapolis, journeyed six thousand miles through the South to report on the reality of everyday life for blacks in the region. He sought out the hot spots of racial tension - including Columbia, Tennessee, the scene of a 1946 race riot, and Birmingham, Alabama, which he found to be a brutally racist city - and returned to the setting of his more personal trials: McMinnville, Tennessee, his boyhood home. In this balance sheet of American race relations, Rowan plots the racial mood of the South and describes simply but vividly the discrimination he encountered daily at hotels, restaurants, and railroad stations, on trains and on buses. Originally published in 1952 and long out of print, South of Freedom is a first-rate account of what it was like to live as a second-class citizen, to experience the segregation, humiliation, danger, stereotypes, economic exploitation, and taboos that were all part of life for African Americans in the 1940s and 1950s. For this edition, Douglas Brinkley provides a new introduction, incorporating recent interviews with Rowan to place the work in the context of its time. An engaging, disturbing look at the opinions of the time on the Negro problem, Rowan s tales of travel in the South under Jim Crow are especially valuable today as a means of seeing how far we have advanced - and fallen short - in forty-five years.

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In 1951, Carl Rowan, a young African American journalist from Minneapolis, journeyed six thousand miles through the South to report on the reality of everyday life for blacks in the region. He sought out the hot spots of racial tension - including Columbia, Tennessee, the scene of a 1946 race riot, and Birmingham, Alabama, which he found to be a brutally racist city - and returned to the setting of his more personal trials: McMinnville, Tennessee, his boyhood home. In this balance sheet of American race relations, Rowan plots the racial mood of the South and describes simply but vividly the discrimination he encountered daily at hotels, restaurants, and railroad stations, on trains and on buses. Originally published in 1952 and long out of print, South of Freedom is a first-rate account of what it was like to live as a second-class citizen, to experience the segregation, humiliation, danger, stereotypes, economic exploitation, and taboos that were all part of life for African Americans in the 1940s and 1950s. For this edition, Douglas Brinkley provides a new introduction, incorporating recent interviews with Rowan to place the work in the context of its time. An engaging, disturbing look at the opinions of the time on the Negro problem, Rowan''s tales of travel in the South under Jim Crow are especially valuable today as a means of seeing how far we have advanced - and fallen short - in forty-five years. Carl T. Rowan, Douglas G. Brinkley, Books, History, South of Freedom Books>History, Louisiana State University Press

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Originally published in 1952 and long out of print, South of Freedom is a first-rate account of what it was like to live as a second-class citizen, to experience the segregation, humiliation, danger, stereotypes, economic exploitation, and taboos that were all part of life for African Americans in the 1940s and 1950s. For this edition, Douglas Brinkley provides a new introduction, incorporating recent interviews with Rowan to place the work in the context of its time. An engaging, disturbing look at the opinions of the time on the "Negro problem," Rowan's tales of travel in the South under Jim Crow are especially valuable today as a means of seeing how far we have advanced--and fallen short--in forty-five years. South of Freedom Rowan, Carl T. / Brinkley, Douglas G., Louisiana State University Press

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Running comment on the running sores of prejudice, inequality, bigotry and lines of racial demarcation, as the author, a Negro, knowing the life of the have-nots in McMinnville, Tenn., starts his way out and up, through some education, the U.S. Navy, where he got a commission, then a college degree and lastly a job on the Morning Tribune in Minneapolis. It was in this paper that these reports first appeared in a series of articles as he traveled through 13 southern states experiencing contemporary white and black relations, while looking for the promise of the "New South". There were glimpses of it - in individuals (the Warings of South Carolina), in institutions (the University of Oklahoma): there were signs of advancement in more open thinking: and there were the old stigmas of substandard housing, inadequate health care, discrimination and Jim Crowism in theaters, hospitals, hotels, transportation, education, voting, the whole long list, and the constant doubt and uncertainty as to treatment as a Negro and possibility of public rebuff. Washington, D.C., Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee - sometimes with new laws but old practices, by deeply rooted white supremacists, sometimes bristling with segregation or fears of mongrelization, sometimes with a spark that might be a beacon for the future. And the conclusion- that what the Negroes need most - and want - is dignity which can be achieved in terms of humanity. A balance sheet of little things which throws big shadows - both white and black - on American race relations, outspoken but not underhanded. (Kirkus Reviews)

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780807121702
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0807121703
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 1997
Herausgeber: LOUISIANA ST UNIV
292 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,322 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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