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Throughout the period of legally supported segregation in the United States, practices of racial discrimination, touching every sector of American life, prevented African Americans from participating formally in professional sports. Jim Crow policies remained in place in baseball, football, and basketball until a few years before the Supreme Court struck down the separate but equal doctrine in 1954. By the late 1950s, the African American presence was felt in major sports. But this was not the case in professional golf, which continued to maintain segregation policies perpetuating the stereotype that African Americans were suited only to caddie roles in support of white players. The Professional Golfers Association, unaffected by the 1954 Brown decision since it was a private organization, maintained a Caucasian only membership clause until 1961. All-white private clubs maintained racial exclusion until the PGA Championship Shoal Creek Country Club Affair in 1990. Using black newspapers, archives, interviews with living professional golfers and other informants, and black club records, Dawkins and Kinloch reconstruct the world of segregated African American golf from the 1890s onward. In the process they show the pivotal role of Joe Louis, who claimed his hardest fight was the one against segregated golf. While others have documented the rise of an African American presence in other sports, no comparable efforts have traced their roles in golf. This is a pioneering work that will be a resource for other writers and researchers and all who are interested in Black life in American society and sports.

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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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  • ハードカバー: 182ページ
  • 出版社: Praeger Pub (2000/1/30)
  • 言語: 英語
  • ISBN-10: 0275959406
  • ISBN-13: 978-0275959401
  • 発売日: 2000/1/30
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5つ星のうち 5.0 My Prospective: African Amer Golfers During The Jim Crow Era 2014/4/20
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Having had a group discussion with several super senior golfers and being a walking scorer for the PGA, this book really opened my eyes and made me aware of the 50 cents 9 holes and 75 cents 18 holes era that I lived in and witnessed. I was told about caddies going out at night and hitting in the dark 150 yards to a green. They got shot at on one night and were back the next night horning their
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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