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Sisters in the Struggle: Kentucky Women in the Civil Rights Era, 1920s-1970s: 6b. Books

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Allen, Z. (1996). Black women leaders of the civil rights movement. Danbury, CT: Franklin Watts.

Alonso, H. H. (1993). Peace as a women's issue: a history of the U.S. movement for world peace and women's rights. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press.

Appleton, T. H. and A. Boswell (2003). Searching for their places: women in the South across four centuries. Columbia: University of Missouri Press. [Young Library HQ1438.S63 S42 2003]

Armstrong, J. B. (2002). Teaching the American civil rights movement: freedom's bittersweet song. New York: Routledge. [Young Library E185.61 .T25 2002]

Boswell, A. and J. N. McArthur (2006). Women shaping the south: creating and confronting change. Columbia: University of Missouri Press. [Young Library HQ1438.S62 S68 2003] 

Chesler, P., et al. (1995). Feminist foremothers in women's studies, psychology, and mental health. New York: Haworth Press.

Collier-Thomas, B. and V. P. Franklin (2001). Sisters in the struggle: African American women in the civil rights-black power movement. New York: New York University Press. [Young Library - class reserve]

Crawford, V. L., et al. (1990). Women in the civil rights movement: trailblazers and torchbearers, 1941-1965. Brooklyn, NY: Carlson Pub. [Young Library E185.86 .B543 v.16]

Critchlow, D. T. and N. MacLean (2009). Debating the American conservative movement: 1945 to the present. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers.

Dittmer, J., et al. (1993). Essays on the American civil rights movement. College Station: University of Texas at Arlington by Texas A&M University Press. [Young Library E185.615 .D58 1993]

Evans, S. M. (1979). Personal politics: the roots of women's liberation in the civil rights movement and the new left. New York: Knopf. [Young Library HQ1426 .E9 1979]

Fosl, C. (2006). Subversive southerner: Anne Braden and the struggle for racial justice in the Cold War South. New York: Palgrave. [Young Library - class reserve]

Gilmore, S. (2008). Feminist coalitions: historical perspectives on second-wave feminism in the United States. Urbana: University of Illinois Press. [Young Library HQ1421 .F47 2008]

Hartmann, S. M. (1998). The Other feminists: activists in the liberal establishment. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. [Young Library HQ1391.U5 H37 1998]

Higginbotham, E. B. (1993). Righteous discontent: the women's movement in the Black Baptist Church, 1880-1920. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. [Young Library BX6447 .H54 1993]

Houck, D. W. and D. E. Dixon (2009). Women and the civil rights movement, 1954-1965. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi. [Young Library E185.61 .W828 2009]

K'Meyer, T. E. (2009). Civil rights in the gateway to the South: Louisville, Kentucky, 1945-1980. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky. [Young Library F149 .K647 2009]

Ling, P. J. and S. Monteith (2004). Gender and the civil rights movement. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press. [Young Library E185.61 .G284 2004]

Olson, L. (2001). Freedom's daughters: the unsung heroines of the civil rights movement from 1830-1970. New York: Scribner. [Young Library E185 .O43 2001]

Richards, D. A. J. (2005). Disarming manhood: roots of ethical resistance. Athens, OH: Swallow Press.

Roth, B. (2004). Separate roads to feminism: Black, Chicana, and White feminist movements in America's second wave. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Ryan, B. (2001). Identity politics in the women's movement. New York: New York University Press.

Streitmatter, R. (1994). Raising her voice: African American women journalists who changed history. Lexington, KY: University of Kentucky Press. [Young Library PN4872 .S66 1994]