The Black experience in America: from civil rights to the present

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Britannica Educational Pub., in association with Rosen Educational Services,
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2011.
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Mobilized by a common cause and the courage of their convictions, African Americans were able to organize a large-scale upheaval of entrenched national traditions following World War II. While many of these accomplishments predate the civil rights movement, the outlawing of desegregation and attainment of equal rights facilitated a new era of possibility throughout American society. This book details the historic deeds that redefined the American landscape since the 1940s, examining the explosion of creativity that ensued in the areas of literature, music, and sports as African Americans explore new opportunities and prospects.
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title_display The Black experience in America : from civil rights to the present
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