Duties, Pleasures, and Conflicts: Essays in Struggle (Google eBook)
This powerful collection of essays and short stories provides a unique perspective on the black civil rights movement over the past twenty-five years. The collection begins with three stories. Set in the Mississippi Delta in the 1960s, the stories explore how individuals manage to preserve their dignity in a world of racism and violence.
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