Let Freedom Ring: A Documentary History of the Modern Civil Rights Movement

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INDEX
Aaron, Jud, 116
Abernathy, Ralph, 55, 107, 109, 116, 141, 152, 202
The Activist, 100
"Address at March on Washington" ( John Lewis), 120-22
"Address Before a Joint Session of Congress" ( Lyndon B. Johnson), 159-62
"Address" (on Civil Rights) ( John F. Kennedy), 117-19
"Address to Local 1199 Rally" ( Coretta Scott King), 201-3
Affirmative Action, 238
AFL-CIO, 86
Africa, 6, 16, 21, 73
African-Americans: artists, 19, 181-87; churches, 7, 32 (see also Religion); culture, 18-20, 28, 179, 186-89, 199, 228-29; dance, 19, 56; history, 142-44; music, 19 (see also Freedom songs); press, 7; professionals, 18; women, 3, 6
Afro-American, 32, 115
Alabama, 15, 217, 231; Anniston, 76-78, 101; Attala, 102; Birmingham, 76-79, 101-2, 107-17, 179, 235; Glasden, 102; Lowndes County, 181; Marion, 154; Montgomery, 1, 3, 51-58, 65, 79; Selma, 148-64, 205
Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights (ACMHR), 108
Alabama State College, 55
Albany Movement, 95-99
Albany State College, 95
Alford, W. F., 58
Allen, Christopher, 100
Allen, Louis, 138
Allen, Ralph, 91, 100
American Creed, 1-2, 10-11, 24, 109, 117, 122-23, 159-62, 192, 202
An American Dilemma, 9-12
American Federation of Teachers (AFT), 212
Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), 139
Anderson, William G., 96
"The Angry Children of Malcolm X," 177-80
Anti-Semitism, 60
Antiwar Movement. See Vietnam
"Appendix to Appellants' Brief," Brown v. Board of Education, 34-36
Arkansas, 40; Hot Springs, 102; Little

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