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‘Give Us a Status above that of a Submarginal People’: Racial Policies, Practices, and Activism in North Carolina 4-H

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Many of North Carolina’s 4-H programs remained racially segregated through the 1980s despite open membership policies and legislation. This article addresses four aspects of 4-H and race—organizational inequalities, white support of black members, black activism and advocacy, and eventual racial integration of 4-H clubs.
North Carolina Historical Review (NoCar F251 .N892), Vol. 93 Issue 3, July 2016, p308-338, il, por, f