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ROYSTER, Jacqueline Jones & COCHRAN, Molly

Special 2011, 41:3, pages 213 - 230

Human Rights and Civil Rights: The Advocacy and Activism of African-American Women Writers

Abstract: Royster and Cochran use the words of African American women writers to enrich our view of intersections between American civil rights discourses and the discourses of human rights as a global concept. They focus on both individual and collective activities of the women and contextualize this activism within the larger framework of the rise of individual human rights language in twentieth century international relations.


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