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Book Mia Bay (2021)
Traveling Black : a story of race and resistance. (/isis/citation/CBB818675288/) unapi

Book Michael Ra-shon Hall (2021)
Freedom beyond confinement: travel and imagination in African American cultural history and letters. (/isis/citation/CBB148156098/) unapi

Article Fon Gordon (September 28, 2020)
Driving "Jim Crow": Cars and Race in the United States. Technology's Stories. (/isis/citation/CBB548664088/) unapi

Book Jane L. Stevens Crawshaw (2020)
Tracing Hospital Boundaries Integration and Segregation in Southeastern Europe and Beyond, 1050-1970. (/isis/citation/CBB040733904/) unapi

Article Anna Greenwood; Harshad Topiwala (2020)
Visions of Colonial Nairobi: William Simpson, Health, Segregation and the Problems of Ordering a Plural Society, 1907–1921. Social History of Medicine (pp. 57-78). (/isis/citation/CBB001176385/) unapi

Book Lynn M. Thomas (2020)
Beneath the Surface: A Transnational History of Skin Lighteners. (/isis/citation/CBB648991874/) unapi

Book Gretchen Sullivan Sorin (2020)
Driving while Black : African American travel and the road to civil rights. (/isis/citation/CBB659523141/) unapi

Thesis Kevin George McQueeney (2020)
The City that Care Forgot: Apartheid Health Care, Racial Health Disparity, and Black Health Activism in New Orleans, 1718-2018. (/isis/citation/CBB995254049/) unapi

Book Candacy A. Taylor (2020)
Overground railroad : The Green Book and the roots of Black travel in America. (/isis/citation/CBB999795465/) unapi

Book Martin Summers (2019)
Madness in the City of Magnificent Intentions: A History of Race and Mental Illness in the Nation's Capital. (/isis/citation/CBB685131174/) unapi

Article Vanessa Burrows; Barbara Berney (2019)
Creating Equal Health Opportunity: How the Medical Civil Rights Movement and the Johnson Administration Desegregated U.S. Hospitals. Journal of American History (pp. 885-911). (/isis/citation/CBB415344179/) unapi

Article Nic John Ramos (2019)
Pathologizing the Crisis: Psychiatry, Policing, and Racial Liberalism in the Long Community Mental Health Movement. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences (pp. 57-84). (/isis/citation/CBB361333452/) unapi

Article Ayah Nuriddin (2019)
Psychiatric Jim Crow: Desegregation at the Crownsville State Hospital, 1948–1970. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences (pp. 85-106). (/isis/citation/CBB888753623/) unapi

Article Amy Wiese Forbes; Amanda Smithers (2018)
Combatting the ‘Communistic-Mulatto Inspired Movement to Fuse the Two Ethnic Groups’: The Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission, Sickled Cells, and Segregationists’ Science in the Atomic Age. Social History of Medicine (pp. 392-413). (/isis/citation/CBB004012193/) unapi

Book Andrew M. Busch (2017)
City in a Garden: Environmental Transformations and Racial Justice in Twentieth-Century Austin, Texas. (/isis/citation/CBB970025272/) unapi

Article Olivia Marcucci (2017)
Zora Neale Hurston and the Brown Debate: Race, Class, and the Progressive Empire. Journal of Negro Education (pp. 13-24). (/isis/citation/CBB076521156/) unapi

Book Anke Ortlepp (2017)
Jim Crow terminals: the desegregation of American airports. (/isis/citation/CBB518023416/) unapi

Book Ibram X. Kendi (2016)
Stamped from the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America. (/isis/citation/CBB059268618/) unapi

Book Maureen K. Lux (2016)
Separate Beds: A History of Indian Hospitals in Canada, 1920s-1980s. (/isis/citation/CBB265311960/) unapi

Book Phoebe Ann Pollitt (2016)
African American and Cherokee Nurses in Appalachia: A History, 1900-1965. (/isis/citation/CBB208191630/) unapi


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