The Quiet Voices: Southern Rabbis and Black Civil Rights, 1880s to 1990s

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Index
Abel, Earl, 147-49
Abernathy, Ralph David, 177
Abernathy, Thomas G., 240
Abram, Morris, 207
Addams, Jane, 41
Adler, Felix, 41
Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights, 173, 176-77, 188
Alabama Conference on Social Work, 41
Alabama Council on Human Relations, 215, 222
Alabama Power Company, 45
Alabama Sociology Congress, 41
Alabama State College for Negroes, 222
Alamo Heights, Texas, 147, 149
Albany, Georgia, 177
Albany Hebrew Congregation ( Georgia), 119
Albritton, D. J., 114
Albritton, Georgia, 114
Alcorn, 158
Aldrich, William, 153
Alexandria, Louisiana, 73, 75
Alexandria, Virginia, 328, 334
Allen, Ivan, 278, 280-81
Allentown, Pennsylvania, 107
Alley, J. P, 59
Alliance (black-Jewish). See Coalition, black- Jewish
Almond, Lindsay, 298, 310
Amarillo, Texas, 233
American Civil Liberties Union, 160
American Council for Judaism, 171, 237-38
American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, 161, 163
American G.I. Forum, 129
American Jewish Committee, 74, 86, 91, 141, 158, 206, 236, 244, 370 (n. 27)
American Jewish Congress, 73-74, 79-81, 86- 87, 89, 91-94, 236, 370 (n. 27)
American Jewish Historical Society, 158
American Missionary Association, 37
American Public Welfare Association, 139
Amos, 152, 230, 326
Anderson, Trezzvant W., 173
Andrews, Lynn, 144
Anti-Defamation League (of B'nai B'rith), 9, 72, 74, 85, 88-89, 103, 216, 222, 236, 245, 284, 315, 370 (n. 27)
Anti-Nazi League, 3
Anti-Semitism, 2, 6-7, 9-10, 25-26, 28, 69- 70, 81-82, 86-87, 111, 128, 171-72, 174, 208, 210, 217, 225, 230-31, 236, 239-41, 245, 287, 289-90, 293, 296, 319, 326, 335, 343 (n.9)
Arafat, Yasir, 329
Arent, Albert E., 79
Arkansas Baptist Hotel, 114
Arkansas Council of Churches, 118
Arkansas Council of Churches and Synagogues. See Arkansas Council of Churches
Arkansas Council on Brotherhood, 118
Arkansas Council on Human Relations, 113, 115
Arkansas Farm Homes, Inc., 104
Arkansas Human Betterment League, 107-8
Arkansas Jewish Assembly, 104
Arkansas Lighthouse for the Blind, 108
Arrington, Richard, 188, 398 (n. 111)
Arsenal Technical High School ( Indianapolis), 138
Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching, 3
Atkins, J. L., 201
Atlanta, Georgia, ix, 2, 3, 10, 11, 15, 89, 102, 108, 116, 202, 213, 215, 235, 245, 262, 279, 281-82
Atlanta Christian Council, 268-69
Atlanta Council on Human Relations, 263, 278
Atlanta University, 271
Atlanta University Center, 273
Attucks, Crispus, 37
Auerbach, Leonard, 217
Austria, 226
Austria-Hungary, 101
Ayres, Harry M., 48

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