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They Had No Voice: My Fight for Alabama's Forgotten Children Paperback – January 24, 2013
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Top Customer Reviews
People like Denny not only helped us move forward through their courageous acts in some our darkest hours, but shine a light onto the path we must take forward to maintain and build on the progress of those black and white, who fought to end the horrors visited on children who were born "the wrong color."
Thanks Denny, for your life's work, and for this book that opens up a slice of the hidden world that we so often tread over without seeing.
to take the legal action that was most needed at the time. He did so at great personal and family cost and should be an icon in the then battle for human equality. This book is a must read.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We always have a choice and Denny Abbott gave the less fortunate a voice. He risked his career and own safety to stand up for those less fortunate who had no one to defend them. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Sharon Geltner
Super book about a man with human compassion. An easy read and well worth it!
I would recommend to all who believe in doing what's right.
Very authentic and enjoyable. As a 60s resident of Birmingham I witnessed and lived much of this story. Sad but true.Published on September 8, 2013 by Rita G. Finn
It was interesting as a history of Alabama. More of an autobiography about Mr. Abbott. Read th book as a member of a book club.Published on July 19, 2013 by Carol Peck