Last Segregated Hour The Memphis Kneel-Ins and the Campaign for Southern Church Desegregation
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Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 11/8/2012
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.00" tall
|Introduction: Segregations Last Stronghold|
|The Forgotten Protests|
|"The Start of a New Movement Across the South": The First Kneel-ins, 1960|
|"Christ Did Not Build any Racial Walls": Church Desegregation Campaigns, 1961-65|
|Contexts of a Kneel-In Movement|
|"This Spectacle of a Church with Guarded Doors": The Memphis Campaign of 1964|
|"Like a Child That Had Been Unfaithful": A Church-Related College and a College-Related Church|
|"A Time When the Bare Souls of Men Are Revealed": Southern Presbyterians Respond|
|Memories of a Kneel-In Movement|
|"Youï¿½re Going to Have to Go Out There Yourself": Church People|
|"Our Presence at the Church Is Itself an Act of Worship": White Visitors|
|"You Will Only Know My Motivation When You Open the Door": Black Visitors|
|"Mama, Why Don!t They Just Let Them In?": Children|
|Aftermath of a Kneel-In Movement|
|"The Greatest Crisis in the 120-Year History of Our Church": Defiance, Intervention, and Schism|
|"Not the Church's Advantages, But the City's Disadvantages": Wrestling with the Past at Second Presbyterian Church|
|"A Season of Prayer and Corporate Repentance": Wrestling with the Past at Independent Presbyterian Church|