Growing up Jim Crow : how Black and White southern children learned race /
In the segregated South of the early twentieth century, unwritten rules guided every aspect of individual behavior, from how blacks and whites stood, sat, ate, drank, walked, and talked to whether they made eye contact with one another. Jennifer Ritterhouse asks how children learned this racial &quo...
Chapel Hill :
University of North Carolina,
Table of Contents:
- Introduction : forgotten alternatives
- The etiquette of race relations
- Carefully taught
- I knew then who I was
- Playing and fighting
- Conclusion : children of the sun.