When working on study guide 14, the sources this week take into account many sources from the general period of postwar (post1945)

United States and affecting mostly people of color. Provide page number citations.

Danielle L. McGuire, At The Dark End of the Street: Black Women, Rape and Resistance—a New History

of the Civil Rights Movement from Rosa Parks to the Rise of Black Power (2010); excerpts

Jennifer Nelson, Women of Color and the Reproductive Rights Movement (2003), 121-132

McGuire video: McGuire video

1. What are two important ideas from this video?

At the End of the Dark Street excerpts

2. Why does the author mention all the crimes committed on pages 33-37?

3. What are some main points from pages, 54-61?

4. What does the Willie McGee case teach us about the South in this period?

5. What are some experiences that Fannie Lou Hamer faced?

6. What main event is discussed in the section, 191-195?

Women of Color and the Reproductive Rights movement excerpt.

7. What were goals of women in the YLP?

8. What are the concerns surrounding sterilization in this excerpt?


9. Birth control is usually seen as a positive thing for women. In what way was birth control seen in a negative light, in the above source?



10. What groups faced coerced sterilization and when?

11. What were 2 court cases on sterilization

Requirements: For the study guide 14, use at least 2 sentences.


McGuire video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLNITftvr64 (same as above)

Fannie Lou Hamer video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07PwNVCZCcY

At The Dark End of the Street, McGuire prologue.pdfMcGuire prologue.pdf – Alternative Formats McGuire.33-37.pdf McGuire.33-37.pdf – Alternative Formats

McGuire.54-61.pdf McGuire.54-61.pdf – Alternative Formats McGuire 190-195.pdfMcGuire 190-195.pdf – Alternative Formats

Women of Color and the Reproductive Rights Movement, 121-132 nelson.21.pdf nelson.21.pdf – Alternative Formats