By Robert W. Widell Jr.

Birmingham, Alabama looms huge within the historical past of the twentieth-century black freedom fight, yet up to now historians have quite often overlooked the years after 1963. right here, writer Robert Widell explores the evolution of Birmingham black activism into the Nineteen Seventies, delivering a precious neighborhood standpoint at the "long" black freedom struggle.

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