African American Golfers During the Jim Crow Era Hardcover – 30 Jan 2000
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"This is a fascinating book - crammed with facts and written in a no-nonsense style."-MultiCultural Review
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?This is a fascinating book - crammed with facts and written in a no-nonsense style.?-MultiCultural Review
About the Author
MARVIN P. DAWKINS is Associate Professor of Sociology, Research Faculty in the Center for Research on Sport in Society and Director of the Caribbean, African and Afro-American Studies Program at the University of Miami./e Professor Dawkins has published extensively on aspects of Black life in books and articles. GRAHAM C. KINLOCH has been engaged in teaching and carrying out research in the areas of sociological theory, race and minority relations, and comparative analysis for the past thirty-one years./e He has been at Florida State University since 1971 and has published a number of books and papers on these topics. Presently, he serves as Associate Dean of Academic Affairs in the College of Social Sciences and as Professor of Sociology.
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skills. Met Mayor Holley at Charlie Ward's golf outing - he had to leave because Portsmouth, Va was voting him out of office! He sued
the city long ago to integrate the city courses. To be able to walk into a pro shop as a customer, play on fairways that were closed to us a few years ago, afford clubs that were only dreams recently, meet golfers with advice but all of this is meaningless until you see a 80 year old man buying a new set of Pings just so he can put in his own shafts and play on forbidden fairways. This book vividly shows the progress we have made and lays out a formula for future endeavors so young golfers can have realistic dreams!!!! Jamie
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