McRae, Elizabeth

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Race and evangelicalism: L. Nelson Bell and the fight for conservative Christianity, 1942-1973 2020 139 L. Nelson Bell was one of the most influential evangelicals in the United States during the post World War II and Civil Rights eras of the twentieth century. Bell was the father in-law of famed evangelist Billy Graham, a twenty-five-year medical miss...
Takin' it to the streets: the politics of Wilmington's black working class women 2015 2153 From 1880 to 1898 the working class black women of Wilmington, North Carolina forged a politics of recognition in the city streets by asserting their own terms of womanhood and demanding protection. However, during this period these women were labele...
From saris to skirts : a study of changing lifestyles of Indian women immigrants to the United States 2009 6484 The women in this study were part of a wave of immigrants who arrived in the United States during the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s. These times were rife with political and social turmoil including the "second wave" of the US feminist movement. The study ...
Urban renewal in Asheville : a history of racial segregation and black activism 2015 15535 This thesis utilizes Asheville as a case study to situate urban renewal in the broader history of housing segregation and urban race relations. In order to accomplish this objective, this study employs an expanded timeframe. This approach enables an ...