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Joan C. Browning

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Joan C. Browning is a writer and lecturer who lives in a double wide mobile home on a hillside in West Virginia. Her autobiographical writings include an article published in the Fall 1996 Journal of Women's History, "Invisible Revolutionaries: White Women in Civil Rights Movement Historiography" and "Shiloh Witness," published in Curry, Browning, et al., "Deep in Our Hearts: Nine White Women in the Freedom Movement" (University of Georgia Press, 2000). Browning writes and lectures about growing up four miles from one of the South's most rabid racist politicians and about finding her way into the 1960's civil rights movement in the Deep South.

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