By Clara Luper
Edited By Karlos K. Hill And Bob L. Blackburn
“In the 1950s, Oklahoma icon Clara Luper, a fierce force for social justice, marked the state’s place on the American civil rights trail. This book beautifully retraces her glorious, and ultimately victorious, campaign.”—Hannibal B. Johnson, Esq., author of Black Wall Street 100: An American City Grapples with Its Historical Racial Trauma
The Greenwood Cultural Center Series in African Diaspora History and Culture is devoted to publishing cutting-edge scholarship from the humanities and social sciences that documents the rich and complex experience of Black peoples around the world and is edited by Karlos K. Hill.
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