A Church, a School: Civil Rights Editorials from the Atlanta Constitution

Ralph McGill Angie Maxwell

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A Church, a School: Civil Rights Editorials from the Atlanta Constitution

A Church a School Civil Rights Editorials from the Atlanta Constitution Collected columns from an editor and activist for integration and racial tolerance in the SouthRalph McGill was the editor in chief of the Atlanta Constitution during the turbulent years of

  • Title: A Church, a School: Civil Rights Editorials from the Atlanta Constitution
  • Author: Ralph McGill Angie Maxwell
  • ISBN: 9781611171297
  • Page: 181
  • Format: Paperback
  • Collected columns from an editor and activist for integration and racial tolerance in the SouthRalph McGill 1898 1969 was the editor in chief of the Atlanta Constitution during the turbulent years of the civil rights movement that followed Brown v Board of Education, and he became an outspoken advocate for integration and racial tolerance in the South In this SouthernCollected columns from an editor and activist for integration and racial tolerance in the SouthRalph McGill 1898 1969 was the editor in chief of the Atlanta Constitution during the turbulent years of the civil rights movement that followed Brown v Board of Education, and he became an outspoken advocate for integration and racial tolerance in the South In this Southern Classics edition, Angie Maxwell offers a new critical introduction that analyzes McGill s as an activist and advocate for social change The editorials that compose A Church, a School marked McGill s emergence as a prolific advocate of nonviolence and social responsibility andevidenced the progressive values of the Constitution.A Church, a School contains twenty nine editorials that elucidate the historical record of liberal Southern participation in the civil rights movement This is not a record of what happened in the South in the late 1950s rather it is a map of the intellectual and psychological terrain that liberal journalists, such as McGill, traveled and the obstacles they encountered.

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