My soul looks back in wonder : voices of the civil rights experience / Juan Williams ; foreword David Halberstam ; afterword Marian Wright Edelman.

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    • Content Notes:
      Introduction : the soul of change -- section 1. The weight. I am a man / Jesse Epps -- A dream is a good place to start / Endesha Holland -- King of the blues / B.B. King -- Twisted steel and sex appeal / Sputnik Monroe -- Gentleman of the press / Vernon Jarrett -- Skin dive / Dr. Sammy Lee -- American Gandhi / James Lawson -- The birth of Elvis / Jim Dickinson -- The jump-off point / Jerome Smith -- "Like little tortures each day" / Carol Swann-Daniels -- section 2. We shall not be moved. A blinding flash opened our eyes / Carolyn McKinstry -- Justice never sleeps / William Baxley -- The veil of amnesia / Diane McWhorter -- Heaven can wait / Joseph Lowery -- Cracking the system / Raylawni Branch -- Louisiana moon / Maurice Landrieu -- Wake up, Washington! / Rachelle Horowitz -- The brutal truth / Karl Fleming -- Mother courage / Carolyn Goodman -- Hour of power / Alvin Poussaint -- Love story in black and white / Constancia Romilly -- Hard-wired for freedom / Heather Booth -- Help from on high / Curtis Graves -- At history's elbow / Samuel Kyles -- section 3. The wings of the future. Founding sisters / Susan Brownmiller -- Unprincipled principal / Jose Angel Gutierrez -- Shooting for big fish / Diane Wilson -- Wheels of progress / Michelle Steger -- Threads in the civil rights quilt / Barney Frank -- Rewriting the lies / Suzan Harjo -- The Latino underground railroad / John Fife -- A more perfect union / Tawanda Murray -- A living hope / Eugene Rivers -- Afterword / Marion Wright Edelman.
    • ISBN:
      1402714157
    • Accession Number:
      2004045391
    • Accession Number:
      fol.87838