Heart of Dixie

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The author uses the term Heart of Dixie, a phrase used by the state itself, to designate a retrograde political imaginary, at odds with efforts to extend social justice.
In this excellent book, Mel Watkins has given us not only Stepin Fetchit's story from films like Old Kentucky, Wild Horses, Judge Priest, The Steam Boat Round the Bend, Heart of Dixie, The Ghost Talks, but also the history of blacks in the motion picture industry up until Stepin Fetchit's death in 1985.
Few in the movement believed any type of movement could start in the heart of Dixie and the lack of clear planning "created more confusion than solidarity" as group rivalries and leadership issues indicated that the "road itself remained long and hard.
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In editorials and public meetings, she and a chorus of others have challenged the piety of politicians and the priorities of religious leaders in the Heart of Dixie, where nine out of ten adults say they practice Christianity.
The state of Georgia will surely be on many people's minds as they become more familiar with the rich pantry of specialty food items from the heart of Dixie.
In something of a building boom among dailies across the country, the Heart of Dixie appears to be the center of construction.
Moreover, chain gangs are not confined to Alabama, the self-proclaimed heart of Dixie, and other former states of the Confederacy.
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