Table of contents for Undaunted by the fight : Spelman College and the civil rights movement, 1957/1967 / Harry G. Lefever.

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Contents
List of Illustrations
Foreword by Beverly Daniel Tatum
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
1. Movement Prologue
2. "You Can Always Tell a Spelman Girl"
3. Breaking Free
4. From Appeal to Action
5. Formalizing the Movement
6. Summer Maneuvers
7. Renewing the Struggle
8. A Struggle Fit for a King
9. Celebrating an Anniversary
10. Negotiating an Agreement
11. Riding for Freedom
12. Agonizing Choice; Study or Action
13. "Ain't Gonna Let Chief Pritchett Turn Me 'Round"
14. Twin Issues: Civil Rights and Peace
15. Dismissal
16. The March on Washington
17. Sit-ins and Protests Continue
18. Expulsion and Reinstatement
19. Mississippi Freedom Summer
20. From Mississippi to Africa
21. Gender, Racial, and Ideological Clashes
22. Nobel Peace Prize
23. Selma-to-Montgomery March
24. Black Power
25. Adieu, Ruby Doris
Conclusion
Epilogue
Appendix
"An Appeal for Human Rights"
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

African Americans -- Civil rights -- Georgia -- Atlanta -- History -- 20th century.
Civil rights movements -- Georgia -- Atlanta -- History -- 20th century.
Spelman College -- History -- 20th century.
Spelman College -- Biography.
African American college students -- Georgia -- Atlanta -- Biography.
African American college teachers -- Georgia -- Atlanta -- Biography.
College students -- Georgia -- Atlanta -- Political activity -- History -- 20th century.
College teachers -- Georgia -- Atlanta -- Political activity -- History -- 20th century.
Atlanta (Ga.) -- Race relations.
Southern States -- Race relations.