Central City's Joy and Pain

Solidarity, Survival, and Soul in a Birmingham Housing Project

«Central City’s Joy and Pain is not just a story about events that took place several decades ago but is also well connected to the systems that remain in place for the perpetuation of Black oppression. Jerome E. Morris has done a great job of sharing his experiences with the broader community, and readers—not only in Birmingham and the South, but well beyond—will be enriched by the experiences and insights conveyed here." - Charles Connerly, professor emeritus of urban and regional planning, University of Iowa»

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Forlag
University of Georgia Press
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9780820365770
Utgivelsesår
2024

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«Central City’s Joy and Pain is not just a story about events that took place several decades ago but is also well connected to the systems that remain in place for the perpetuation of Black oppression. Jerome E. Morris has done a great job of sharing his experiences with the broader community, and readers—not only in Birmingham and the South, but well beyond—will be enriched by the experiences and insights conveyed here." - Charles Connerly, professor emeritus of urban and regional planning, University of Iowa»

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