The Old Wolf Lady: A Biography
Jackie Day was a pioneer of social justice for women, Native Americans, African Americans, and Vietnam Veterans. This compelling biography creates a sensitive and humorous portrait from her humble beginnings to her active and dedicated 80th decade.
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A HEROS WELCOME
A WOMAN WHO WOULD TELL YOU STRAIGHT
A RENAISSANCE WOMAN
COLOR ME HUMAN
DONT LET THE BASTARDS GET YOU DOWN
IGOT MY ASS WHIPPED WHEN IWAS BAD AND REWARDED WHEN IWAS GOOD
DONT GIVE ME A JOB BECAUSE IM A WOMAN
THE OLD WOLF LADY
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