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Two Voices on the Legal Rights of America"s Youth
James R. Acker
November 6, 2003
by Wadsworth Publishing
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||316|
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Two Voices on the Legal Rights of America's Youth. Acker, James R.; Acker, Elizabeth B. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press () Two Voices on the Legal Rights of America’s Youth (with Elizabeth B. Acker). He is the co-author, with his daughter Elizabeth, of Two Voices on the Legal Rights of America's Youth (Wadsworth Publishing, ).
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Two voices blend in this poignant memoir from the Civil Rights era in Mississippi-a father's and a daughter's. He was Andrew L. Jordan, a son in a dirt-poor family of sharecroppers near Greenwood. Jordana Shakoor is his little girl who grew up to write this book.
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Two voices on the legal rights of America's youth. Belmont, CA: : Patrick Webb. Kent Spriggs has given voice to those who helped secure some semblance of equal justice in that critical historical period.”—Civil Rights Litigation Handbook “Capture[s] important reflections and memories about the legal struggle for civil rights in the South.
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"Two voices blend in this memoir from the Civil Rights era in Mississippi - a father's and a daughter's."--BOOK JACKET. "The child states that her father rejected the ugly Jim Crow tradition and aimed at achieving an improbable dream for a black man in late s Mississippi - to become a schoolteacher.
The two voices 17 December What is hidden in our hearts is known only to God and the conscience. So each of us should set ourselves to rights by listening to the voices of both, that is of God and of the conscience.
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