Helen Matthews Lewis: Living Social Justice in Appalachia

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Illustrations
Helen at age four, 192816
Helen with her father and sister, 1930s17
Helen with her mother and sister, 1930s17
“The Children’s Crusade,” New York Times, 194629
Helen at her wedding, 194732
Helen at the Clinch Valley College Library, 1950s48
Helen visiting a pony mine, 1960s53
Helen in Paris, 196460
Helen speaking at Clinch Valley College graduation, 197778
Helen at the Rose and Crown Pub, 197691
Helen in Rhosamman, Wales, 1970s93
Helen with visitors at a mine, 1970s96
Helen and Myles Horton, 1980s119
Helen leading a Highlander economics workshop, 1980s152
Helen with women community leaders, 1980s153
Helen on her sixty-fifth birthday, in the Netherlands, 1989159
Helen meeting with women in Chile, 1997163
Helen and Lewis Sinclair celebrating their seventieth and eightieth birthdays at Highlander, 1994164

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter 1- The Making of An Unruly Woman, 1924–1955 12
  • Chapter 2- Breaking New Ground, 1955–1977 44
  • Chapter 3- Local to Global, 1975–1985 82
  • Chapter 4- Participatory Research, 1983–1999 124
  • Chapter 5- Telling Our Stories, 1999–2010 172
  • The Final Word 221
  • Chronology 231
  • Bibliography 237
  • Contributing Activists and Scholars 251
  • Index 257
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