9780791450376

Oh, Do I Remember! : Experiences of Teachers During the Desegregation of Austin's Schools, 1964-1971

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    9780791450376

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    0791450376

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2001-07-01
  • Publisher: State Univ of New York Pr
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Author Biography

Anna Victoria Wilson is Assistant Professor of Curriculum Studies at North Carolina State University.

Table of Contents

Foreword ix
Acknowledgments xiii
Introduction
1(10)
Finding the Pieces
5(2)
Visions Change
7(4)
Social Construction of Race
11(14)
Dred Scott: Seeking the Right to be Free
12(1)
``Glorious Lost Causes'': Civil War and Reconstruction
12(4)
One Drop of Black Blood: Separate Rail Cars
16(1)
First Class War and Second Class Citizenship
17(1)
Flaming Crosses: White Robes and Protestant Fundamentalist Justice
18(2)
Peeking Over the Color Line
20(2)
Othering: New and Different Definitions
22(3)
Oh, I Do Remember!
25(14)
Separate but Equal
30(4)
Testing the System
34(2)
A Flawed and Failed School Desegregation Plan
36(3)
Moving from the Shadows into the Sunlight
39(18)
Setting the Stage for Brown
42(2)
The End of Jim Crow: Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka
44(1)
School Desegregation Begins in Texas
45(7)
Desegregation is Imminent for the Capital City
52(5)
With All Deliberate Slowness
57(22)
The Enormous Responsibility
57(6)
The Fall of 1966
63(4)
Across Town at Johnston
67(4)
Teaching Black History
71(2)
Education for Democratic Citizenship
73(2)
Whatever Steps Necessary
75(4)
No White Missionaries Need Apply
79(16)
White Is the Color of My Skin
81(1)
Anderson Welcomes New Teachers
82(4)
A Roller Coaster Time
86(6)
On the Opposite Side of Town
92(3)
Death of a School
95(14)
Historical Background
98(3)
Anderson High School: A Meeting Place
101(2)
Foreshadowing the Closure
103(1)
Death of a School
104(1)
Loss of Community
105(4)
Reflections and Memories
109(8)
White Flight: Leaving Austin's Core
112(1)
White Schools and the Culture of Integration
113(1)
The Stalemate
114(3)
Creating Places of Engaged Listening
117(14)
Structures and Words of Segregation
119(2)
Citing Different Histories and Conveying Different Meanings
121(3)
Grass Once Marking a High School
124(2)
Desegregated Schools: Who Lost?
126(5)
Chapter Endnotes 131(36)
Bibliography 167(16)
Index 183

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