Rhonda Y. Williams essay on CORE's Target City project - "The Pursuit of Audacious Power Rebel Reformers and Neighborhood Politics in Baltimore, 1966-1968"

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Rhonda Y. Williams essay on CORE's Target City project - "The Pursuit of Audacious Power Rebel Reformers and Neighborhood Politics in Baltimore, 1966-1968"

Subject

Target City

Description

This is Rhonda Y. Williams' essay on CORE's Target City project - "The Pursuit of Audacious Power Rebel Reformers and Neighborhood Politics in Baltimore, 1966-1968". It is taken from the collection "Neighborhood Rebels: Black Power at the Local Level".
Rhonda Williams is an associate professor of Women's Studies and History at Case Western Reserve University.

Creator

Rhonda Y. Williams

Source

Neighborhood Rebels: Black Power at the Local Level, edited by Peniel Joseph

Publisher

Palgrave Macmillan

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Rhonda Y. Williams

Coverage

Baltimore, Maryland

Citation

Rhonda Y. Williams, “Rhonda Y. Williams essay on CORE's Target City project - "The Pursuit of Audacious Power Rebel Reformers and Neighborhood Politics in Baltimore, 1966-1968",” The CORE Project, accessed July 3, 2022, http://www.thecoreproject.org/omeka/items/show/50.

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