George Wallace, a noted segregationist
, pardoned Clarence Norris, one of the Scottsboro nine, in 1976.
If there was a 'long civil rights movement,'" Jason Morgan Ward contends, "there was also a long segregationist
22) Indeed, the significance of segregationist
One of Mayer's major points is that the German Nuremberg Laws and the French Jewish Statute were both products, independently, of an antisemitism rooted in the European historical tradition, meaning that even in defeat the traditional elites of Vichy required no pressure from their German overlords to initiate, quite autonomously, a segregationist
antisemitism of their own.
In February 1950, Churchwell was hired by the Nashville Banner -- a paper then known for its segregationist
stance -- to cover the black community.
The man who once served as the floor leader for segregationist
Governor Lester Maddox ultimately helped forge an alliance between urban African Americans and rural whites that ensured Democratic dominance in the legislature for decades.
Smith regards the practice of blacks "passing" as whites as a form of subversion, by exposing "the loopiness of beliefs in absolute racial difference" and serving as "a powerful critique of the segregationist
Second, he demonstrates how white and black Catholics resisted and embraced the segregationist
tradition of the Deep South.
Although he was a segregationist
because he served the state during the Jim Crow era, his moral conscience reflected his Christian upbringing.
Golden, the gadfly author of the Carolina Israelite newspaper, which circulated weekly mostly among southern Jews, developed a series of "Golden Plans" to show the absurdity of segregationist
Perhaps then any institution where children of the same culture study together and appreciate their commonality is segregationist
and should be undermined.
The village, founded as a resort for African-Americans when segregationist
policies kept them out of other areas, doesn't share a border with Castaic, which prevents annexation.