Assess the extent to which greater racial equality for African Americans at home was an unintended consequence of World War II.

| January 7, 2016

Assess the extent to which greater racial equality for African Americans at home was an unintended consequence of World War II.
What were the effects of WW2 and to what extent did they effect African Americans.
African Americans before World War II 16 items
Long is the way and hard: one hundred years of the National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People (NAACP) – Verney, Kevern, Sartain, Lee 2009
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Defying Dixie: the radical roots of civil rights, 1919-1950 – Gilmore, Glenda Elizabeth 2009
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Before Brown: civil rights and white backlash in the modern South – Feldman, Glenn 2004
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Right to ride: streetcar boycotts and African American citizenship in the era of Plessy v. Ferguson – Kelley, Blair Murphy c2010
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Standing at the crossroads: Southern life since 1900 – Daniel, Pete, Foner, Eric 1986
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The emergence of the new South, 1913-1945 – Tindall, George Brown 1967
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The New Deal: the Depression years, 1933-1940 – Badger, Anthony J. 1989
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Remembering Jim Crow: African Americans tell about life in the segregated South – Chafe, William H. 2001
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Southern labor and Black civil rights: organizing Memphis workers – Honey, Michael K. 1993
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Hammer and hoe: Alabama Communists during the Great Depression – Kelley, Robin D. G. 1990
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Race rebels: culture, politics, and the Black working class – Kelley, Robin D. G. 1996
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The Harlem renaissance in black and white – Hutchinson, George 1995
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Black Americans in the Roosevelt era: liberalism and race – Kirby, John B. 1980 (1982 printing)
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Black and white: land, labor and politics in the South – Fortune, Timothy Thomas 1970
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Black migration: movement North, 1900-1920 – Henri, Florette 1976
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Black Working-Class Political Activism and Biracial Unionism: Galveston Longshoremen in Jim Crow Texas, 1919-1921 – Gregg Andrews

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