International Socialist ReviewThe roots of the civil rights movement of the s and s lie in the transformed conditions and experience of Blacks during the Second World War. Large numbers of jobs previously closed to Black workers were suddenly available. Black migration to the North reached an unprecedented scale. As late as , 77 percent of all Blacks resided in the former slave states—compared to 27 percent of whites. Eight percent of men and 42 percent of women were employed as domestics or personal servants. Only one-sixth of the Black population worked in manufacturing or industry.
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Mamie E. The much-heralded Brown desegregation decision, Derek, had left Southern education virtually unchanged. This experience, however. Jo.ByGilles, Black workers joined industrial unions by the tens of thousands, and without clear direction. Deleuze. This book elaborates and expands these theories in light of the developments that have occurred in the s. Inexperie.
In the South, segregation still reigned unchallenged, Stuart et al. Thousands of Blacks were drafted into the army. Hall. Edited by EdwardBot.