Ханна Курран. Історія руху за громадянські права


  • Ханна Курран Сетон Хол Університет


Abstract.  Fannie Lou Hamer was a civil rights leader, promoting voting rights for African Americans. She additionally was heavily involved in promoting the need for women’s rights. Her involvements include working with the Student Non Violence Committee as well as being a founder of the Mississippi Freedom Democractic Party.


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Як цитувати

Курран, Х. . (2021). Ханна Курран. Історія руху за громадянські права . Грінченко – Сетон міжнародний журнал молодих науковців, 1(1), 20–25. вилучено із https://ysgsij.kubg.edu.ua/index.php/journal/article/view/12



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