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Brown as Personal Narrative

Clark, Walter

Black Issues in Higher Education, 2004-12-30, Vol.21 (23), p.98-98

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  • Title:
    Brown as Personal Narrative
  • Author: Clark, Walter
  • Subjects: Sociology and Anthropology ; Education ; Law ; Personal narratives ; Segregation in education ; Universities and colleges ; United States
  • Is Part Of: Black Issues in Higher Education, 2004-12-30, Vol.21 (23), p.98-98
  • Description: Clark shares his awkward and painful experience attending predominantly White colleges and universities. He claims that the Brown v. Board of Education decision opened the doors of opportunity for citizenship and democratic rights that helped launch the Black social and political movements of the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s. It helped facilitate a sense of pride and unity among minority groups.
  • Publisher: USA: Cox, Matthews & Associates, Inc
  • Language: English
  • Identifier: ISSN: 0742-0277

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