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In this now classic autobiography, she details the sights, smells, and suffering of growing up in a racist society and candidily reveals the soul of a black girl who had the courage to challenge it. The result is a touchstone work: an accurate, authoritative portrait of black family life in the rural South and a moving account of a woman's indomitable heart. --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.
Wonderful book and so informative. Using this in my US II class this fall.Published 2 days ago by R. S. Klenovich
A clear, no frills poignant story off an historical time in US History. Should be read in every History and Women's Studies Class.Published 11 days ago by Yvonne Sagers
Having frown up on the west coast during this era, my exposure to the realities of life in the south was through television and summers in the south... Read morePublished 1 month ago by dusty price
Great read. Really illustrative text and eye opening first hand accounts of the terrible things that happened in Mississippi. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bari
The print on this book is way to small & difficult to read!!!Published 1 month ago by judy sullivan
I was required to read this book for class, and it moved me. All I can think about is my parents, my grandparents, and my forefathers I don't know. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Queenbee