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36618
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The author tells of the Bennett College women who joined in the Woolworth Lunch counter sit-ins and continued to picket and march for equality. Dr. Esther Terry, who had taken part in the movement said “Bennett taught me that a meaningful education came with a responsibility, not only to recognize injustice, but to act against it.’
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36512
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At the death of Golden A. Frinks, the author honors the legacy of his civil rights community work in eastern North Carolina. A poignant speech Mr. Frinks gave in the 1970’s is given touching the many turbulent and tragic incidents from the Civil Rights movement.
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Tar Heel Junior Historian (NoCar F 251 T3x), Vol. Vol. 44 Issue No. 1, , p28-30, il
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36498
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The author gives a detailed history of politics in North Carolina, a timeline of legal actions, changing issues and the struggle for civil rights.
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36507
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The author shares her journey of being a vocal music teacher at John W. Ligon High School in Raleigh, NC, creating different music classes, doing music drama, and creating the Ligon Jubilee Singers. She remembers the violence after the shooting of Dr. Martin Luther King, gives her early work in the Civil Rights movement and shares the music she composed after the death of Dr. King.
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