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Jim Crow

from the editors

Behind the Veil, by Raymond Gavins and Iris Tillman Hill
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articles

Jim Crow Blues,
by Leon F. Litwack
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Literature on Jim Crow,
by Raymond Gavins
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“We Are Not Educating Individuals but Manufacturing Levers”: Creating a Black Female Professional Class During the Jim Crow Era,
by Stephanie J. Shaw
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Black Durham Behind the Veil: A Case Study,
by Leslie Brown and Anne Valk
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lesson plans

Teaching the Limits of Liberalism in the Interwar Years: The NAACP’s Antilynching Campaign,
by Timothy J. Greene
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Studying Lynching in the Jim Crow South,
by Alexander Byrd
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Behind the Veil: Behind Brown,
by Leslie Brown and Anne Valk
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Community Stories: A Curriculum for High School Students,
by Iris Tillman Hill
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personal narratives

Thomas Christopher Columbus Chatmon and Jim Crow
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Tales From My Dark Side,
by R. Calvin Dark II
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internet resources

Educational Resources for Teaching Jim Crow History on Web Sites and in Films,
by Leslie Brown and Anne Valk
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teaching talking history

Blood at the Root: “Strange Fruit” as Historical Document and Pedagogical Tool,
by Chris Stone
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film review

The Intolerable Burden,
by Patricia Sullivan
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on teaching

Equity, Excellence, and the Engagement of Everyone in United States History,
by Sema Brainin
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bringing history alive

Teaching with Images,
by James Madison
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teaching the jah

Savvy Scholars Digitize Scholarship,
by Simone Gubar
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history headlines

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