Stories Can Have Sharp Corners: A Review of Blood Done Sign My Name

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Abstract: Book review - Blood Done Sign My Name is Dr. Timothy Tyson's examination of the racial conflict and riots in Oxford, North Carolina during 1970. The tensions of racial conflict and desegregation in 1970 Oxford were the same that were being felt throughout North Carolina and the rest of the nation.

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Library Lines, Vol.15, no.3
Language: English
Date: 2007
Book Review, Desegregation, Racial Conflict, Racism, , Southern States, Timothy Tyson, Mary Williams

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