The Highlander Folk School: Pioneer of Integration in the South
by Aimee Horton - 1966
The author is the wife of Myles Horton, by now a legendary figure in the history of adult education and community schools. Here she tells something of the history of the Highlander Folk School, which Mr. Horton founded at Monteagle, Tennessee in 1932, and of its notable contributions to promoting desegregation in the South.
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