Cradle of Freedom - Frye Gaillard (Paperback)

Alabama and the Movement That Changed America

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Description

Cradle of Freedom puts a human face on the story of the black American struggle for equality in Alabama during the 1960s.

Product Details

Barcode
9780817352981
Department
Books
Released
1 Mar 2006
Supply Source
USA

Book

Author
Frye Gaillard
Subtitle
Alabama And the Movement That Changed America
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Univ of Alabama Pr
Edition
2
Language
English
Number of Pages
419
Dimensions
222 x 152 x 32mm (658g)

Annotation

Puts a human face on the story of the black American struggle for equality in Alabama during the 1960s by examining the commitment and hard work of the thousands of everyday people who took a stand, supported the great leaders such as Martin Luther King, Jr., and changed their times forever.

Summary

  • Cradle of Freedom puts a human face on the story of the black American struggle for equality in Alabama during the 1960s.

Non-Fiction

General Subject
Politics/Intl Relations
BISAC Subject 1
Political Science / Political Freedom & Security / Civil Rights
BISAC Subject 2
History / United States / State & Local / General
BISAC Subject 3
Political Science / Political Freedom & Security / Civil Rights
BISAC Subject 4
History / United States / 20th Century
BIC Classification 1
Black & Asian studies
BIC Classification 2
Civil rights & citizenship
Library Subject 1
African Americans; Civil rights; Alabama; History; 20th century.
Library Subject 2
Civil rights movements; Alabama; History; 20th century.
Dewey Classification
323.1196/0730761

Author Bio

Frye Gaillard is a freelance writer and author of 19 books, including The Dream Long Deferred, Becoming Truly Free: 300 Years of Black History in the Carolinas and Race, Rock, and Religion: Profiles from a Southern Journalist.