- Title Pages
- Introduction: Migration, Memory, and Freedom in the Urban Heart of the Delta
1Memphis before World War II: Migrants, Mushroom Strikes, and the Reign of Terror
2Where Would the Negro Women Apply for Work? Wartime Clashes over Labor, Gender, and Racial Justice
3Moral Outrage: Postwar Protest against Police Violence and Sexual Assault
4Night Train, Freedom Train: Black Youth and Racial Politics in the Early Cold War
5Our Mental Liberties: Banned Movies, Black-Appeal Radio, and the Struggle for a New Public Sphere
6Rejecting Mammy: The Urban-Rural Road in the Era of Brown v. Board of Education
7We Were Making History: Students, Sharecroppers, and Sanitation Workers in the Memphis Freedom Movement
8Battling the Plantation Mentality: From the Civil Rights Act to the Sanitation Strike
- Battling the Plantation Mentality
- University of North Carolina Press
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