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COMM/AFST 425 - Rhetoric of the Civil Rights Movement  

Prof. Kristan Poirot Spring 2015 W course
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Introduction:

This guide will introduce you to some of the best library and web resources for your Introduction to Rhetoric of the Civil Rights Movement class. If you have suggestions for how to improve this guide please contact me at rhankins@tamu.edu, 979-845-1951.

 

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African Americans and Policing

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Tulia - Nate Blakeslee
ISBN: 9781586482190
Publication Date: 2005-09-26
In the summer of 1999, in the tiny west Texas town of Tulia, thirty-nine people, almost all of them black, were arrested and charged with dealing powdered cocaine. The operation, a federally-funded investigation performed in cooperation with the local authorities, was based on the work of one notoriously unreliable undercover officer. As Tulia makes clear, these events are the latest chapter in a story with themes as old as the country itself. It is a gripping, marvelously well-told tale about injustice, race, poverty, hysteria, and desperation in rural America.

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