Red summer : the summer of 1919 and the awakening of Black America
A narrative history of one of America's deadliest episodes of race riots and lynchings traces how black Americans were brutally targeted by anti-black uprisings that culminated in hundreds of deaths and set the stage for the civil rights movement.
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|Location||Call Number /
|Marion Public Library||305.8 MCW (Text)