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Daily Demonstrators: The Civil Rights Movement in Mennonite Homes and Sanctuaries by  Tobin Miller Shearer - Hardcover - 2010 - from Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society Book and Museum Store and Biblio.com

Daily Demonstrators: The Civil Rights Movement in Mennonite Homes and Sanctuaries

by Shearer, Tobin Miller

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Johns Hopkins University Press, 2010. New. "In the first book to bring together Mennonite religious history and civil rights movement history, Tobin Miller Shearer discusses how the civil rights movement challenged Mennonites to explore whether they, within their own church, were truly as committed to racial tolerance and equality as they might like to believe. Shearer shows the surprising role of children in overcoming the racial stereotypes of white adults. Reflecting the transformation taking place in the nation as a whole, Mennonites had to go through their own civil rights struggle before they came to accept interracial marriages and integrated congregations." - the publisher. Hardcover.\x0D\x0A

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