Lost Prophet The Life and Times of Bayard Rustin
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Description: One of the most important figures of the American civil rights movement, Bayard Rustin taught Martin Luther King Jr. the methods of Gandhi, spearheaded the 1963 March on Washington, and helped bring the struggle of African Americans to the forefront of a nation's consciousness. But despite his incontrovertibly integral role in the movement, the openly gay Rustin is not the household name that many of his activist contemporaries are. In exploring history's Lost Prophet, acclaimed historian John D'Emilio explains why Rustin's influence was minimized by his peers and why his brilliant strategies were not followedor were followed by those he never meant to help.
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Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Publication date: 10/1/2004
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.50" tall
|""Any Road Will Take You There,"" 1912-1934|
|""A Young Radical,"" 1934-1941|
|""A Way of Life,"" 1941-1943|
|""An Extremely Capable Agitator,"" 1944|
|""Hard and Bitter Experience,"" 1944-1946|
|""The Gadfly Which Has Stirred Men into Action,"" 1946-1947|
|""Mad Enough to Do Something Desperate,"" 1947-1948|
|""An Iron Lung of Militarism,"" 1948-1952|
|""Bayard's Trouble,"" 1952-1953|
|""I Can Again Be Useful,"" 1953-1955|
|""No Force on Earth Can Stop This Movement,"" 1955-1957|
|""More Going On Than Most Peopl|