Authors

Jeffrey L. Lauck '18, Gettysburg College

Document Type

Student Research Paper

Date of Creation

Fall 2016

Department

History

Abstract

This paper uses primary and secondary research to analyze the political, economic, and social factors that created Jackson Ward as a separate, alternative space for black Richmonders. In addition, this paper analyzes the key institutions that made up Jackson Ward as well as the reasons surrounding its decline following desegregation.

Comments

Written for History 350: Modern Black Freedom Struggle.

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