Arthur Ashe: Against the Wind

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Dillon Press, 1994 - Biography & Autobiography - 128 pages
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A portrait of the inspiring African American sports champion, humanitarian, & civil rights activist. Bowker Authored Title code. This book profiles Arthur Ashe as much more than a tennis player. He recovered from a heart attack only to be infected with the AIDS virus; yet he actively continued to oppose prejudice, discrimination, & apartheid. There are many quotations. Bibliography & index. Part of the People in Focus series.

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David Collins, a successful competitor and trainer and clinician of horses and students through Grand Prix level, has studied with many European dressage masters. He is a contributing writer for "Dressage Today" and has had articles published in "The Chronicle of The Horse,"" Sidelines "magazine, and "The Newtown Bee," He operates Sport Horse Services International out of his Hawks Willow Farm in Pawling, New York.

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