Witness to injustice

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University Press of Mississippi, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 110 pages
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A black moonshiner & civil rights activist's autobiographical report on complex events in southern history neglected by white historians.

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Witness to injustice

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Self-taught local historian Frost tells the story of his life as a black Alabamian in the violent, virulently white supremacist Jim Crow South. Frost speaks for rural men who asserted their manhood ... Read full review

Witness to injustice

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Self-taught local historian Frost tells the story of his life as a black Alabamian in the violent, virulently white supremacist Jim Crow South. Frost speaks for rural men who asserted their manhood ... Read full review

Contents

THREE
21
Prison and the Breakup of My Family
83
Reconciliation
96
Copyright

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Frost-Institute of Education, Cambridge University