James Farmer Jr.

James Farmer Jr.

James Farmer Jr.: The Great Debater provides a rhetorical and biographical guide to how the American Civil Rights Movement came into being. It details James Farmer Jr.’s intellectual emergence as a young debater at an HBCU in Marshall, Texas and ultimately chronicles how this led to the emergence of the first non-violent sit-in against segregation in 1942 in Chicago. Farmer was a key founder of the Congress of Racial Equality [CORE] that pioneered the non-violent… (more)

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Publisher: Lexington Books (April 13, 2017)

Collection: Lexington Studies in Political Communication

Page count: 210 pages

Language: English


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