Southern Journey: A Return to the Civil Rights Movement
Drawing on interviews with blacks, whites, segregationists, civil rights workers, and others, a look back at the civil rights movement and its implications examines its impact on American life and society, as well as its personal role in the author's own life. Tour.
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A poet (Blue Lights and River Songs, Lotus, 1982) and former executive director of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation, Dent seeks to discover "ordinary people who did extraordinary things in ... Read full review