By Lily Hardy Hammond,Elna C. Green
This quantity reprints In Black and White, crucial of Hammond's ten books, in addition to a sampling of the handfuls of articles she released. Elna C. Green's biographical creation tells of Hammond's marriage to a widespread Methodist minister and educator. It additionally lines Hammond's occupation in the context of winning gender and racial attitudes within the Jim Crow South. Hammond, who had roots in Methodist domestic challenge paintings, was once additionally energetic in such secular and ecumenical firms because the Southern Sociological Congress, the fee on Interracial Cooperation, and the nationwide organization for the development of coloured humans. Hammond labored along blacks to advertise schooling, enhance dwelling stipulations, and forestall lynching. As a suffragist and temperance recommend, she prompt the leaders of these principally white women's routine to companion with African Americans.
Historians of faith, social technology, and race relatives will welcome the reintroduction of this extraordinary yet almost forgotten figure.
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