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Includes bibliographical references (pages 203-247) and index.
Compromising to win Black teachers' jobs -- Redefining the local meaning of Brown v. Board -- Calming the "migrant crisis" through compensatory education -- Confronting established Blacks and whites on segregation -- Uniting the movements for integration and Black power -- Negotiating the politics of stability and school desegregation -- Transforming strategies for Black school reform.
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Traditional narratives of black educational history suggest that African Americans offered a unified voice concerning Brown v. Board of Education. Jack Dougherty counters this interpretation, demonstrating that black activists engaged in multiple and often conflicting strategies to advance the race by gaining greater control over schools.
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