RUNNING HEAD: Annotated Bibliography
August 9, 2015
Andrews, Kenneth T. Freedom Is a constant struggle: The Mississippi civil rights movement and its
legacy. University of Chicago Press, 2004.
This book couples extensive archival research, interviews with activists, and quantitative historical data, Freedom Is a Constant Struggle provides many new looks into the civil rights struggle, and it displays a much larger theory to explain how movements have lasting impacts on politics and society.
Andryszewski, Tricia. The march on Washington, 1963: Gathering to be heard. Brookfield, CT: Millbrook
This resource provides background knowledge about the momentum of the Civil Rights Movement to Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous "I Have a Dream Speech." It also includes excerpts about famous people such as Harry Belafonte Jr. and Mahalia Jackson's participation in the movement. This resource provides accurate accounts of the people who contributed to the civil rights movement.
Ashmore, Susan. Carry It on: the war on poverty and the civil rights movement in Alabama, 1964-1972,
University of Georgia Press, 2008.
Ashmore provides an analysis of the intersection of politics and economics in the aftermath of federal intervention in American inequality. Carry It On is an in-depth study of how the local struggle for equality in Alabama fared in the wake of new federal laws: the Civil Rights Act, the Economic Opportunity Act, and the Voting Rights Act. Her book is a major contribution to the revisionist literature on the civil rights movement
Bullard, Sara. Free at Last: A History of the Civil Rights Movement and Those Who Died in the Struggle.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1993.
This book gives a history of the Civil Rights Movement and those who gave their lives in order for all Americans to be free and equal regardless of their color. The book not only provides...