Reading, Writing & Race: The Desegregation of the Charlotte Schools

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Index
ABC News, 101
Ad Hoc Committee of Concerned Citizens, 123
African Americans: in politics, 12, 56, 251; emigration out of North Carolina, 13, 16, 42, 52; in law, 16; and graduate school education, 17, 42; reaction to Brown, 30; attitudes toward school desegregation, 31, 63, 154-5 6; population of, 42-43; harassment of, 47-48, 63; seek school desegregation, 47-48, 81-82.; employment of, 55-56; housing of, 56; in teaching, 57, 111-12; support for sit-ins, 86; and voter registration, go; in medicine, 104
Agnew, Spiro, 153, 159, 178
Alabama, 35, 48
Alexander, Fred, 62, 120-23, 138, 199-200, 203
Alexander, Kelly: attacks segregation, 23; opposes anti-NAACP legislation, 40; assumes leadership of NAACP, 61-62; encourages blacks to seek integration, 63, 72; children denied transfers, 68; seeks integration of Charlotte College, 79; and conflict with Reginald Hawkins, 93-94; opposes Black Power movement, 94; approaches Julius Chambers, 109; house bombed, 120-23
Alexander, Zechariah, 61
Alexander Funeral Home, 61
Alexander Graham Junior High School, 92
Alexander v. Holmes County, 165, 167, 171, 172,176, 186, 188; decided by Supreme Court, 163-64
Allen, James E., 19 5
American Bar Association, 132
American Civil Liberties Union, 134
American Institute of Public Opinion, 30
A.M.E. Zion Church, 64, 154
Antibusing activity, 142, 144, 176-82, 201, 235
Antibusing constitutional amendment, 222-23
Arkansas, 39, 45, 98
Ashmore, Harry, 103
Atlanta, Ga., 4, 515, 100, 155, 179, 216, 218, 222.
Austin, Louis, 21
Austin, Tex., 245
Aycock, Charles, 12-113, 42
Bailey, Pou, 105
Baptist Church, 66, 142
Barkley, Brock, 123, 139, 153
Barringer Hotel, 97
Belk, John, 185, 200
Belk's, 86, 96
Bell, Derrick, 254
Bell, J. Spencer, 40, 118-19, 134
Belmont neighborhood, 52, 138
Belvedere Homes, 55
Berry, Phil, 203, 224-25, 231, 237, 251
Bethune Elementary School, 81
Biddle Institute. See Johnson C. Smith University
Biddleville Elementary School, 111
Biddleville neighborhood, 52
Billingsville Elementary School, 116
Birmingham, Ala., 4, 97, 98, 99, 102, 103, 106
Black, Hugo, 172, 199, 201, 206-7, 209-10, 211
Black Power movement, 94
Black Solidarity Committee, 154

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