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Voices In Protest

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Manuscript
undated
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121 pages; 1 folder

Rose Esserman Levin was a native of Rome, Georgia. She spent her childhood and her early married life as a resident of Rome. Her family relocated to Cincinnati in 1963. Rose Esserman Levin was an activist during the Civil Rights era in Rome and attended integrated meetings that were frowned upon by the white establishment. The collection consists of an unpublished manuscript by Rose Esserman Levin describing the community of Rome, Georgia and the involvement of herself and her husband Jule Levin during the Civil Rights era. Also contained in the manuscript are copies of papers written by African American high school students who participated in sit-ins for an assignment for an English class in 1963. Papers, undated, consisting of an unpublished manuscript by Rose Esserman Levin describing the community of Rome, Georgia and the involvement of herself and her husband Jule Levin during the Civil Rights era. Also contained in the manuscript are copies of letters written by African American high school students for an assignment for an English class in 1963.

01-044 V/F L

Rose Esserman Levin Family Papers

12 Related Subjects

Levin, Rose Esserman, 1914-2002


Levin, Jule


Rome (Ga.)
Georgia

Blacks--Relations with Jews
Jews - Relations with Blacks

Civil Rights Movement


Freedom Rides, 1961
Civil Rights Movement

Discrimination


Knights of the Ku Klux Klan
White Supremacy Movements

Race Relations


Segregation


Trials


White Citizens Council
White Supremacy Movements

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