Pauli Murray: Autobiography Black Activist Feminist Lawyer
by Pauli Murray
University of Tennessee Press, 1989
Paper: 978-0-87049-596-0

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • Contents 
    • Introduction
      • Norton, Eleanor Holmes
    • 1. 
    • Daughter of Agnes and Will
    • 2. 
    • Aunt Pauline
    • 3. 
    • Learning About Race
    • 4. 
    • Between Two Worlds
    • 5. 
    • Loss and Change
    • 6. 
    • Separate and Unequal
    • 7. 
    • Survival
    • 8. 
    • Making It Through College
    • 9. 
    • Among the Unemployed
    • 10. 
    • Saved by the WPA
    • 11. 
    • “Members of Your Race Are Not Admitted …”
    • 12. 
    • Jailed in Virginia
    • 13. 
    • A Sharecropper's Life
    • 14. 
    • A Sharecropper's Death
    • 15. 
    • Writing or Law School?
    • 16. 
    • Getting to Know Mrs. Roosevelt
    • 17. 
    • Jim Crow in the Nation's Capital
    • 18. 
    • National Despair, Personal Vindication
    • 19. 
    • Perfecting Our Strategy
    • 20. 
    • “Don't Get Mad, Get Smart”
    • 21. 
    • Further Adversities
    • 22. 
    • Boalt Hall and International House
    • 23. 
    • Inching Along
    • 24. 
    • States' Laws and Visits with Mrs. R
    • 25. 
    • “Past Associations”
    • 26. 
    • Neither “My Girl” nor “One of the Boys”
    • 27. 
    • A Question of Identity
    • 28. 
    • Teaching in Ghana
    • 29. 
    • Civil Wrongs and Rights
    • 30. 
    • The Birth of NOW
    • 31. 
    • A Stumbling Block to Faith
    • 32. 
    • My World Turned Upside Down
    • 33. 
    • Black Politics at Brandeis
    • 34. 
    • The Death of a Friend
    • 35. 
    • Full Circle
    • Epilogue
      • Ware, Caroline F.
    • Index
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