By Will Guzman
Will Guzmán delves into Nixon's lifelong fight opposed to Jim Crow. Linking Nixon's activism to his independence from the white economic climate, aid from the NAACP, and the man's personal indefatigable braveness, Guzmán additionally sheds mild on Nixon's presence in symbolic and literal borderlands--as an informed expert in a time while few went to school, as an African American who made waves while such a lot feared violent reprisal, and as somebody residing at the legendary American frontier in addition to a global boundary.
A robust addition to the literature on African americans within the Southwest, Civil Rights within the Texas Borderlands explores seldom-studied corners of the Black previous and the civil rights movement.
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