Knocking at Our Own Door: Milton A. Galamison and the Struggle to Integrate New York City Schools

Knocking at Our Own Door: Milton A. Galamison and the Struggle to Integrate New York City Schools

By: Clarence Taylor (author)Paperback

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What caused one of America's most promising civil rights movements to implode on the eve of change? Knocking at Our Own Door chronicles the life of New York's preeminent but little-studied integrationist, Milton A. Galamison, and his controversial struggle to improve the lives of the city's most underprivileged children. This detailed account brings insight into the complexities of urban politics, race relations, and school reform.

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About Author

Clarence Taylor is Professor of History and African-New World Studies at Florida International University. He is the author of The Black Churches of Brooklyn(1994).

Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 The Shaping of Milton Galamison Chapter 3 From Witherspoon to Siloam: The Making of a Militant Pastor Chapter 4 The NAACP Years Chapter 5 The Parents' Workshop for Equality in New York City Schools Chapter 6 The First City-Wide School Boycott Chapter 7 The Second School Boycott and the End of the Movement Chapter 8 The People's Board of Education, Ocean Hill-Brownsville, and the Last Hurrah Chapter 9 Conclusion Chapter 10 Superintendents During the School Integration Struggle

Product Details

  • publication date: 28/12/2000
  • ISBN13: 9780739102275
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 304
  • ID: 9780739102275
  • weight: 431
  • ISBN10: 0739102273

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