Ripples of Hope Great American Civil Rights Speeches

ISBN-10: 0465027539
ISBN-13: 9780465027538
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List price: $22.50
Publisher: Basic Books
Publication date: 8/4/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 568
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 0.792
Language: English

History

Foreword
Introduction
Acknowledgments
Early America, Early Dissent 1787-1865
The Curse of Slavery
Blood and Slavery
This Is Our Country
An Address at the African Masonic Hall
Address to the Massachusetts Legislature
Loosening the Bonds of Prejudice
Defending the Amistad Slaves
An Address to the Slaves of the United States of America
Address at Seneca Falls
Ar'n't I a Woman?
What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?
No Compromise with the Evil of Slavery
Leave Women, Then, to Find Their Sphere
On Seizing Land from Native Californians
A House Divided
No Consciousness of Guilt
A Day to Celebrate Emancipation
Second Inaugural Address
In Praise of Labor
Measured Gains: Two Steps Forward, One Step Backward 1866-1949
We Are All Bound Up Together
The Myth of "Yellow Peril"
Suffrage and the Working Woman
Half Free, Half Slave
Unsung Heroes
The First African-American Governor
The Queens of Womanhood
Man Cannot Speak for Her
A Call for Black Women
The Atlanta Compromise
Training Negroes for Social Power
The Progress of Colored Women
The Last, Hard Fight
A Moral Partnership Legitimized
A Defense of Japanese Americans
Crusade for Women's Birth Control
Defending Mexican Americans
A Separate Nation
A Last Word Before Incarceration
A Negro Nation Within a Nation
Fighting Words
Desegregating the Military
A Cloud of Suspicion
Guarding Our Heritage
Jim Crow Army
No Compromises
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
The Civil Rights Era: Lift Every Voice 1950-1969
Dismantling Segregation: Brown v. Board of Education
Montgomery Bus Boycott
The Homosexual Faces a Challenge
Federal Court Orders Must Be Upheld
Civil Rights Message
I Have a Dream
We Must Free Ourselves
Sex Discrimination in the Civil Rights Act
The Ballot or the Bullet
A Long, Long Way to Go
Brotherhood Among Ourselves
We Shall Overcome
To Fulfill These Rights
Day of Affirmation Address
Furthering the Homophile Movement
Black Power
The Silent People No Longer
The Land Grant Question
Breaking Bread for Progress
I've Been to the Mountaintop
On Martin Luther King's Death
From Expatriation to Emancipation
The Real Sexual Revolution
This Is No Land of Cynics
Chicano Nationalism: Fighting for La Raza
For the Equal Rights Ammendment
Who Then Will Speak for the Common Good?
Take Destiny into Your Own Hands
The Current Struggle: Slow But Steady Progress 1970-1998
A Chicano Defined
Roe v. Wade: Legalizing Abortion
You Can Do It
Recognition NOW
America Should Admit Its Guilt
Tired of the Silence
That a Past Wrong Be Admitted
Our Time Has Come: 1984 Democratic Convention Speech
We Organized
Acting Up
Creating Change
What Gay Consciousness Brings
Anita Hill v. Clarence Thomas
The Story of Self-Hatred
Seeking a Conversation on Race
The Freedom to Die
We Are at War
Rejecting Racial Hatred
The Two Faces of American Immigration
A Million Men Marching On
Consciousness Is Power
Protecting Same-Sex Marriage
A Shining and Powerful Dream
Seneca Falls: 150 Years Later
Afterword
Credits
Index

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