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Dream and Legacy, Volume II

Contributions by Robert Adams Jr., Shenita Brazelton, Donathan L. Brown, Owen Brown Jr., LaTasha Chaffin, Michael L. Clemons, Daphne Cooper, William H. L. Dorsey, Bertis D. English, Precious D. Hall, ...

Michael L. Clemons

Michael L. Clemons is professor of political science and African American studies at Old Dominion University and founding editor of the Journal of Race and Policy. He has published numerous articles and ...

Donathan L. Brown

Donathan L. Brown is vice provost for faculty diversity, associate professor of communication studies, and former US Fulbright Scholar at Northeastern University. He has published several books and articles ...

William H.L. Dorsey

William H. L. Dorsey is professor emeritus of sociology and African American studies at Atlanta Metropolitan State College. He has served as associate director for the Journal of Race and Policy. He is ...

The Good Doctors

By John Dittmer
Categories: History

In the summer of 1964 medical professionals, mostly white and northern, organized the Medical Committee for Human Rights (MCHR) to provide care and support for civil rights activists organizing black ...

Refusing to Be Made Whole

In Refusing to Be Made Whole: Disability in Black Women’s Writing, author Anna LaQuawn Hinton examines how contemporary Black women writers present becoming disabled as a traumatic and violent experience ...

Mississippi Eyes

By Matt Herron
Foreword by John Dittmer
Categories: Civil Rights

Mississippi Eyes is the chronicle of the events and the powerful witness of five young photographers in The Southern Documentary Project, working during the pivotal summer of 1964 in the segregated South. ...

John Dittmer

John Dittmer (1939–2024) was author of Black Georgia in the Progressive Era, 1900–1920 and Local People: The Struggle for Civil Rights in Mississippi, which was awarded the Bancroft Prize. He taught ...

Anna LaQuawn Hinton

Anna LaQuawn Hinton is assistant professor of disability studies and Black literature and culture in the English Department at the University of North Texas. She has published in the Journal of Literary ...