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Essie Mae Washington-Williams worked as a teacher in the Los Angeles school district for twenty-seven years. The mother of four children, grandmother of thirteen, and great-grandmother of four, she lives in Los Angeles.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Fascinating historical study of the incredible hypocrisy of the segregationists, and a story of care and love. Read morePublished 6 days ago by I. King
I applaud this woman. She was exactly like those people who are slaves on a plantation and the master takes advantage of the slave girl and 9 months later, a baby arrives. Read morePublished 1 month ago by MelodyL
Great memoir that was very easy to read. I can only imagine the courage it must have taken to come out with her story. my only disappointment was the ending could have been better.Published 4 months ago by MAYA'S BOOKS N THINGS
If one wants to understand the history of the oppression of African Americans, especially African-American women, and to appreciate the hypocrisy of men like the late US senator in... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Nazru Deen
People should be careful of what they do to others. The story lives on even after they die. This is a good book to read.Published 7 months ago by alicia loveland