Review of Theodore Hemmingway's The Rise of Black Students: Consciousness in Tallahassee and the State of Florida

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And I hope to Theodore Hemmingway has written a very informative book titled “The rise of black students: consciousness in Tallahassee and the state of Florida” which gives a historical synopsis of the fundamental role that was played by the black student fraternity in the fight for social justice in the early years of the 20th century. The American society of the 1920s was characterized by racial discrimination by the white population against the other races. This was a period when slavery was still legal and prevalent in the Southern states.
In the book the author documents how the white population dominated
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It was a shift in ideologies that would lead to simmering discontent that later blew into the full-fledged student protests of 1950s and the rise of the American civil society movement in the 1960s. He attributes the success of the student movement came from the ignorance by the larger administration who

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