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Crowd of nearly 10,000 gathered at civil rights event in Lexington in 1867 | Neighbors ... - 0 views

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    Tom Law, project director of the Kentucky Archaeology & Heritage Series, said he uncovered these details while doing research for Davis Bottom: Rare History, Valuable Lives, the sixth episode in the Kentucky Archaeology & Heritage documentary series, which premiered last fall.
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Civil Rights Driving Tour, Louisville Kentucky - 0 views

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    Includes a stop at Anne Braden's home, 4403 Virginia Ave.
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Historical Terms for KY Women and Civil Rights Game - 2 views

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    a list of terms and definitions generated by HON251 students in History of Kentucky Women and Civil Rights
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March on Frankfort: Historical Scene Investigation - 2 views

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    teacher's view
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Helen Fisher Frye - Wikipedia - 0 views

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    by TheRaptorDr
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http://kchr.ky.gov/nr/rdonlyres/aa6e265f-6f28-4920-920a-6ca09510e7dd/0/december2012news... - 2 views

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    Kentucky Commission on Human Rights Newsletter, Hall of Fame 2012 Inductees
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Sheriff Florence Thompson is described in _The Last Public Execution in America_, By Pe... - 0 views

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    Includes biographical information on Sheriff Thompson; this is a digital reproduction of a 1992 book of the same name See Library of Congress Catalog Record: http://lccn.loc.gov/92091052
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'Maid Narratives' provides a better look at Jim Crow South - book review by WKU faculty - 0 views

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    A review of _The Maid Narratives_ by Aaron W. Hughey, Department of Counseling and Student Affairs, Western Kentucky University. members of the local community. He points out the Bowling Green connection: attorney Flora Templeton Stuart (van Wormer's sister) who tells of her memory of Kentuckian Celestine Holmes. Called "Teen," Holmes was her nanny when Stuart grew up in New Orleans in the 1950s.
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Happy 100th Birthday, Revolutionary Rosa Parks - 0 views

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    Great article showing how Rosa Parks "the first lady of civil rights" and the "mother of the freedom movement" grew to become the great leader she was at the national level by starting from the personal - and at the local level. How many women in Kentucky learned from her when they met her at the Highland Center or at regional or national conventions?
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Notable Kentucky African Americans - Race War in Mayfield, KY - 0 views

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      This explanation is an excellent precursor to the events described by Jennie and Alice Wilson. History of Mayfield and existing racial tensions give a good background to the violence the oral history interview shares.
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US History/Eisenhower Civil Rights Fifties - Wikibooks, open books for an open world - 0 views

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      This section is extremely relevant to the Jennie Wilson oral history interview. It supports the inequality and complications despite legal desegregation in schools.
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Regina A. Harris Baiocchi - Video Oral History Interview - The HistoryMakers - 0 views

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    5 videos - Baiocchi discusses her family's roots in the American South--specifically, Kentucky and Tennessee. Her father and mother migrated north to Chicago in search of better vocational opportunities and fewer racist encounters. Seven siblings--four sisters and three brothers. Baiocchi tells stories of her grandparents' lives in the racist American South.
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