Virginia Summey

  • Doctoral Student
  • History, UNCG

Virginia Summey received her Bachelors Degree in Political Science from Catawba College in 2004, her Master's Degree in History and Graduate Certificate in Women's and Gender Studies from the University of Montana in 2012, and currently serves as a doctoral student in the History department at UNCG studying 20th century women's and political history.

There are 2 included publications by Virginia Summey :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Fighting within the bar: Judge Elreta Alexander and civil rights advocacy in Greensboro, North Carolina 2017 2287 Elreta Melton Alexander (1919–1998) was a pioneering African-American attorney from Greensboro, North Carolina. Coming of age during the Jim Crow period of the South, she was the daughter of a Baptist minister and a teacher, and grew up in a black mi...
Redefining Activism: Judge Elreta Alexander Ralston and Civil Rights Advocacy in the New South 2013 3606 For Greensboro, North Carolina, the 1960s was a turbulent decade. Greenshoro became a critical location in the civil rights movement, starting with the 1960 sit-in hy four North Carolina A&T students that sparked demonstrations nationwide. African...