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The Nonviolent Right To Vote Movement Almanac By Helen L. Bevel
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This book contains the rich history of a people struggling to attain freedom, justice and equality, which is most defined by the Selma, AL Right To Vote Movement. From the shores of Africa to the... More > Americas this book explores the people, through pictures, articles, quotes, poems, timelines and more. Providing the history of nonviolence as applied to the Selma Movement from the unique perspective of the strategist and nonviolent scientist James L. Bevel.< Less
The Nonviolent Right to Vote Movement Almanac By Helen Bevel
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This book is an almanac that covers many aspects of history related to Africans and African American people. There sojourn from Africa to the Americas under the bondage of slavery and their rise to... More > prominence. //< Less
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The Voting Conscience By Robert Curtis
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The world in turmoil, the Church in turmoil and ill-reasoned, hyper-partisan politics stands in the way of unity. Catholics must participate in society, which includes politics, but not in the way... More > they have, falling to the seduction of postmodernism until the gospel values are too obscure to understand. This book is a guide that matches current American political issues to Catholic social teaching in a way that gets right to the point without a single hint of political affiliation.< Less
Reasons to Vote Liberal By Kyle Mostat
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The most thorough case to vote liberal ever created. Both informative and undeniably easy to read. 10% of all proceeds from this book will be donated to Canadian veterans or other Canadian... More > charities. Disclaimer: This book is meant as a gag and contains less than 400 words.< Less
Left with Few Rights: Unequal Democracy and the District of Columbia & Seat of Democracy or Home of Hypocrisy? The Role of Race and Racism in the Struggle for Voting Rights in the District of Columbia By Eli Zigas & Nell Schaffer
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The first manuscript, "Left with Few Rights: Unequal Democracy in the District of Columbia," by Eli Zigas, examines the history of movements to gain democracy in DC since 1800, public... More > opinion on the issue, and the interplay of the law, politics, and finances in the city’s future. The study presents the first historical narratives of the push for the 1978 DC Voting Rights Amendment, the fight for statehood in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s, and the subsequent Control Board period. It also includes original research results from three focus groups conducted in Iowa in 2005 examining public opinion on the issue of Democracy in DC. The second manuscript, "Seat of Democracy or Home of Hypocrisy? The Role of Race in the Struggle for District of Columbia Voting Rights," by Nell Schaffer, analyzes the history of the voting rights and home rule movements from a race perspective beginning after the Civil War.< Less
Left with Few Rights: Unequal Democracy and the District of Columbia & Seat of Democracy or Home of Hypocrisy? The Role of Race and Racism in the Struggle for Voting Rights in the District of Columbia By Eli Zigas & Nell Schaffer
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The first manuscript, "Left with Few Rights: Unequal Democracy in the District of Columbia," by Eli Zigas, examines the history of movements to gain democracy in DC since 1800, public... More > opinion on the issue, and the interplay of the law, politics, and finances in the city’s future. The study presents the first historical narratives of the push for the 1978 DC Voting Rights Amendment, the fight for statehood in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s, and the subsequent Control Board period. It also includes original research results from three focus groups conducted in Iowa in 2005 examining public opinion on the issue of Democracy in DC. The second manuscript, "Seat of Democracy or Home of Hypocrisy? The Role of Race in the Struggle for District of Columbia Voting Rights," by Nell Schaffer, analyzes the history of the voting rights and home rule movements from a race perspective beginning after the Civil War.< Less
SELMA, The Spiritual Significance of the Right-to-Vote Movement, Demonstrated by Reverend James L. Bevel By Helen L. Bevel
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The history of the Nonviolent Right To Vote Movement is incomplete without the work of James Luther Bevel. If there had not been a James Bevel there would not have been a voting rights act. As the... More > initiation, developer, organizer and director of the movement, he galvanized people to join him in eradicating the barriers to voting. It is the complete story that allows people to understand how a movement takes place. As the strategist for this movement his knowledge is of ultimate value.< Less
Play: Red, White & Blue Vote Play By James Gerdeman
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This is the story of the voting process in the United States. It allows the participants and the viewer to better understand how to vote and how to select the candidate. There are things to observe... More > and understand that may sway your vote one way or another. The choosing of a candidate is important. The ability to vote for the person of our choice is an honor and a privilege. Our education system does not teach us much about selection of leaders or participating in the process. The play gives some insight on this. This play is suitable for Jr. High, High School Students, local theater, professionals, others and audiences of all ages. The play is based on facts and experiences of the author.< Less
Universal Suffrage: A History and Analysis of Voting in the Church and Society By Phillip Kayser
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The term,“Universal Suffrage,”is being used in this booklet as a synonym for “Democracy.” Historically the term referred to any form of “individual suffrage” as... More > opposed to “representational suffrage.” Even though the women’s rights movement of the 1800’s was one form of universal suffrage, the term goes far beyond women’s rights. As we will see in this booklet, the differences between an individualistic approach to suffrage and a representational approach has profound ramifications.< Less

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