SOURCE: Black Perspectives
by Robert Hunt Ferguson
"Founded in 1932, the original Highlander Folk School served as an incubator for many of the important ideas that shaped twentieth-century social movements."
SOURCE: The Conversation
From the Labor Struggles of the 1930s to Today, the Highlander School has Sought to Make America More Equitable
by Jelani M. Favors
From the Great Depression through the Civil Rights era and beyond, Myles Horton's Highlander Folk School was a rare interracial space for political organizing.
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