THE FEDERAL ANTI-LYNCHING DEBATE: WALTER WHITE AND MARY MCLEOD BETHUNE’S STRUGGLE FOR JUSTICE

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THE FEDERAL ANTI-LYNCHING DEBATE: WALTER WHITE AND MARY MCLEOD BETHUNE’S STRUGGLE FOR JUSTICE

Type: Master thesis
Title: THE FEDERAL ANTI-LYNCHING DEBATE: WALTER WHITE AND MARY MCLEOD BETHUNE’S STRUGGLE FOR JUSTICE
Author: Doderer, Puck
Issue Date: 2018-06-29
Keywords: Anti-Lynching Debate
Roosevelt
Bethune
Walter White
NAACP
Abstract: This thesis focuses on Roosevelt's role in the anti-lynching debate during the 1930s. The role of Walter White and Mary McLeod Bethune are taken into consideration. The differences between them are highlighted and compared to each other. They provide for an interesting case study.
Supervisor: Pargas, Damian
Faculty: Faculty of Humanities
Department: North American Studies (Master)
Specialisation: MA North American Studies
ECTS Credits: 20
Handle: http://hdl.handle.net/1887/63241
 

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