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    Stony the Road' to Change: Black Mississippians and the Culture of Social Relations

    This intra-group anthropological study examines the impact of history, memory, space, and the concept of belonging on the social structure of a Southern, small-town Black community. Using the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s as the point of departure for a critique of the culture of social relations among Blacks, it also proposes to provide an example of activist, native ethnographic research in a complex society. [Marilyn_M._Thomas-Houston]_'Stony_the_Road'_to_Ch_bookos-z1.org_

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