Balm in Gilead: Journey of a Healer
Professor Lightfoot candidly conveys the strength, endurance, and reliance upon a supportive family that pushed a Black woman, the author's mother, on to become a distinguished child psychoanalist in the face of racism, sexism, and poverty
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