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|Creator:||Patton, Randall L.|
|Title:||Southern Regional Council|
|Date:||2007 Oct. 12|
Encyclopedia article about The Southern Regional Council (SRC), a reform-oriented organization whose headquarters are in Atlanta. The SRC is considered the successor organization to the Commission on Interracial Cooperation (CIC), with which it merged in 1944, and thus traces its history back to 1919. During the late 1940s and 1950s, the SRC was unique in its focus on interracial cooperation and struggled against massive resistance in the South. The organization continues to promote voter registration, political awareness, and racial equality.
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|Subjects:||Odum, Howard Washington, 1884-1954 | Johnson, Guy Benton, 1901-1991 | Hancock, Gordon Blaine, 1884-1970 | Smith, Lillian Eugenia, 1897-1966 | Southern Regional Council | Commission on Interracial Cooperation | Liberals--Southern States | Social problems--Southern States | Social reformers--Southern States | African American social reformers--Southern States | Race relations | Southern States--Race relations--History--20th century | Southern States--Politics and government--20th century | Southern States--History--20th century | Southern States--Social conditions--20th century | Southern States--Economic conditions--20th century | Passive resistance--Southern States | Civil rights--Southern States | African Americans--Civil rights--Southern States | Civil rights movements--Southern States | Civil rights workers--Southern States | African American civil rights workers--Southern States | Civil rights demonstrations--Southern States | Voter registration--Southern States | Political participation--Southern States | African American political activists--Southern States | Political activists--Southern States | Equality--Southern States | Liberty | Justice | Fairness | Conduct of life | African Americans--Politics and government | African Americans--Social conditions--20th century | African Americans--Economic conditions--20th century | Community life--Southern States | Poor--Southern States | Poor African Americans--Southern States | Social justice--Southern States | Segregation--Southern States | Segregation--Law and legislation--Southern States | Discrimination--Southern States | Race discrimination--Southern States | Sociologists--Southern States | Regional planning--Southern States | Land use--Planning | Economic development--Southern States | Economic development--Social aspects--Southern States | Regionalism--United States | Southern States--Civilization | Economic policy | Southern States--Economic policy | Social policy | Southern States--Social policy | Interpersonal relations--Southern States | Citizens' advisory committees--Southern States | Citizens' advisory committees in education--Georgia | School closings--Georgia | Education--Georgia | Education--Southern States | Segregation in education--Georgia | Segregation in education--Southern States | Georgia Council on Human Relations | Help our public education | Congress on Racial Equality | Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee | New South | Southern changes | Lillian Smith Book Award | Voter registration--Southern States | Voting--Southern States | Suffrage--Southern States | Politics, Practical--Southern States | Atlanta (Ga.) | Fulton County (Ga.) | Southern States|
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