Running Time: 17:15 hrsNarrator: Patricia R. Floyd and Lizan MitchellPublisher:Recorded Books, 2011Note: This book was purchased with support from the Government of Canada's Social Development Partnerships Program - Disability Component.
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Certified Accessible By: National Network for Equitable Library ServiceRunning Time: 17:15 hrsNarrator: Patricia R. Floyd and Lizan MitchellPublisher:BC Libraries Cooperative, 2021Note: This book was produced with support from the Government of Canada's Social Development Partnerships Program - Disability Component
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- Author: Due, TananariveContributor: Due, Patricia Stephens; Floyd, Patricia R.; Mitchell, LizanEdition: UnabridgedDate:,Created2011Copyrighted2004Summary:
Two generations of Civil Rights activists tell their stories in alternating chapters, spanning the 60s and 70s. During the course of their seperate and remarkable journeys, the two women find themselves incarcerated and on the front lines as the struggle for equality rages in the segregated South.Subject(s): 20th century | African American women civil rights workers | African Americans | Biography | Civil rights | Civil rights movements | Civil rights workers | Due, Patricia Stephens | Due, Tananarive | Florida | History | Mothers and daughters | Segregation | United StatesOriginal Publisher: Prince Frederick, MD, [Prince Frederick, Md.], Recorded Books, [Distributed by] OneClick DigitalLanguage(s): EnglishISBN: 9781449889784