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Urban Research & Practice     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 22)
Valuation Studies     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
Variations : Revue Internationale de Théorie Critique     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
Visitor Studies     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 4)
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  • Meeting the Moment for Democracy

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      Abstract: three days after i turned eighteen, my mom, who was born in Jim Crow Florida, took me to register to vote at the same precinct where I grew up watching her vote. The experience taught me at an early age that voting was my birthright, something adults—and Black women in particular—did as good citizens. I loved the idea that on Election Day everyone is equal. It is our unofficial national holiday, our common language, regardless of race, age, gender, political party, ability, or state.Like my mom, I have rarely missed an election. And like many Black Americans, I have had the experience of waiting hours to cast my ballot—an experience that is at once a privilege other people who look like me don't always have and an ... Read More
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  • The Voting Rights Act beyond the Headlines

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      Abstract: SNCC expanded on voter registration by organizing the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party and the Lowndes County Freedom Party (LCFP). The LCFP Black Panther captured the spirit of local activists, as evident in this photograph from the 1966 Meredith March Against Fear. Peppler, 487, man with Lowndes sign, Jim Peppler Southern Courier Photograph Collection, Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, Alabama. Copyright Jim Peppler, all rights reserved. Used here with permission.the voting rights act (vra), which was signed into law on August 6, 1965, was a significant victory for the Civil Rights Movement, southern African Americans, and American democracy. It outlawed many of the strategies that had ... Read More
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  • A Real Evidence of Community: Poll Worker Portraits in the North Carolina
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      Abstract: as georgia poll workers came under fire for alleged election fraud in the 2020 presidential election, the accusations stood in stark contrast to my own experiences as a poll worker in North Carolina during the same election. I had signed myself up in response to the urgent plea for poll workers amidst the pandemic, when older people were being cautioned to stay home to protect their health. My comrades that Tuesday—young and old alike—showed up to the middle school gymnasium bright-eyed and eager, despite the 5 a.m. call time. They were mostly a quiet group—kind, but not looking to make unnecessary conversation. Each person had studied hard for the role and took their job seriously. One person brought knitting for ... Read More
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  • "Blocks for Freedom": Sewing for Voting in Post-Jim Crow Mississippi

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      Abstract: in 1966, two women from drastically different backgrounds launched an innovative campaign to protect African American women's voting rights in Mississippi. Oberia Holliday was a thirty-four-year-old Black Mississippian born to a family of poor farm laborers during the Great Depression. Jacqueline De Sieyes Bernard, a forty-five-year-old French native living in Manhattan's Upper Westside, was the daughter of a wealthy entrepreneur and diplomat and an alumna of Vassar College and the University of Chicago.Throughout that spring and summer, this unlikely pair led a drive called "Blocks for Freedom" to build a fireproof factory in Clay County, Mississippi, where a group of working-class Black women needed protection ... Read More
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  • "White supremacy in North Carolina rests in woman's hands": Dr. Delia
           Dixon-Carroll and the Power of White Women Voters

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      Abstract: NC Equal Suffrage Association Headquarters and the antisuffrage State Rights Defense League of NC, Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, North Carolina. Courtesy of the State Archives of North Carolina.when women gained the right to vote in 1920, many southern suffragists worried about turnout. The antisuffrage campaign had vigorously questioned the wisdom of allowing women to step out of the domestic sphere, thereby upending conventional gender norms, and into the political sphere, where they might compete with men for power and influence. Dr. Delia Dixon-Carroll, one of North Carolina's leading suffragists, took on the weighty job of convincing white women that their respectability would not evaporate when they stepped ... Read More
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  • Voting Rights in Georgia: A Short History

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      Abstract: Georgia Democratic candidates for US Senate Raphael Warnock (left) and Jon Ossoff (right) gesture toward a crowd during a campaign rally in Marietta, Georgia, November 15, 2020. AP Photo/Brynn Anderson.before the enactment of the Voting Rights Act (vra) in 1965, voting rules that were neutral in their language but functionally discriminatory made the Black vote in Georgia ineffective. By the time of the vra, Black Georgians were 34 percent of the voting age population, but there were only three Black elected officials in the state, and those officials had been elected in the previous three years before the enactment of the vra. Overall, less than a third of the eligible Black population was registered in the state ... Read More
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  • The Rhetoric and the Reality of the New Southern Strategy: Courtland Cox,
           Nsé Ufot, and Charles V. Taylor Jr. in Conversation

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      Abstract: New Georgia Project canvasser Mardie Hill (left) speaks to a woman about the upcoming primary election, East Point, Georgia, May 23, 2022. Photo by Elijah Nouvelage/AFP via Getty Images.courtland cox, a member of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (sncc) in the 1960s, facilitated an April 7, 2023 conversation online with Nsé Ufot, former executive director of the New Georgia Project, and Charles V. Taylor Jr., executive director of the Mississippi State naacp. Part of the "Our Stories, Our Terms" grant project, sponsored by the Movement History Initiative and funded by the Mellon Foundation, this intergenerational conversation explores key issues in today's national politics, especially the role of ... Read More
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  • The South's Democracy Struggle Reaches New Urgency

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      Abstract: illustrations by Emma C. Schmidtthe south has often served as the crucible for democracy, and in recent years, the covid pandemic, new voting restrictions, rampant disinformation, threats to voters and election officials, and even violent attempts to overturn election results by far-right extremists have caused people across the South and the country to view the state of our democracy with fear and alarm. More than ten years after the 2013 Supreme Court decision in Shelby County v. Holder that eviscerated federal voting rights protections, the South and the country as a whole are engaged in the most important struggle for democracy since the Civil Rights Era.In the wake of the 1965 Selma to Montgomery marches and ... Read More
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  • These Are Revolutionary Times

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      Abstract: "We who believe in freedom cannot rest (Ella Baker)," by Amos Paul Kennedy Jr. Letterpress, Kennedy Prints! 2012. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.as we move through these fraught days in America, watching with horror the incomprehensible destruction and death in Israel, Gaza, and Ukraine, I ponder if we are living in more historic, troubling times than generations before us. Certainly not, but the constant bombardment of images and breaking news on social media certainly make it feel that way in the face of rising global nationalism and far-right terrorism; a broken, illegitimate Supreme Court; the reemergence of colonizing "projects"; flooding, fires, and the hottest year on record; the attack on women's ... Read More
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Transposition : Musique et sciences sociales     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
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TRIM. Tordesillas : Revista de investigación multidisciplinar     Open Access  
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Unoesc & Ciência - ACHS     Open Access  
Urban Research & Practice     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 22)
Valuation Studies     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
Variations : Revue Internationale de Théorie Critique     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
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