Life Lessons My Mother Taught Me
Jean Young was a respected advocate in the civil rights and children's rights movements. She was the wife of former U.N. ambassador and Atlanta mayor, Andrew Young. Their daughter, Andrea Young, has written this book as a celebration of a "good mother, a life well lived and worth emulating, and values that can help us all become more ethical people, more loving parents, and better citizens of our own communities"--Jacket.
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