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Sinopsis: Book by Parsons Sara Mitchell
Críticas: "Sara Mitchell Parsons tells the moving story of a courageous white woman who dared to become a champion of racial justice in the heart of the segregated south.... [She] became an outspoken advocate of integration at considerable personal cost and played an important role in Atlanta's transformation into a model of civil rights progress. I wholeheartedly recommend this book." - Coretta Scott King "Sara Parsons's efforts to integrate and improve schools and her attack on complacent white churches made her a pariah and resulted in the break-up of her marriage.... She was one of the South's first white elected officials who openly advocated racial equality." - Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Sara Parsons in the 1960's [was] the lone white member of the Atlanta school board to support integration.... Jimmy Carter may not have had the courage [then] to meet with Martin Luther King. But Ms. Parsons did. She met Dr. King on several occasions, even though each time it seemed to cost her another white friend." - New York Times"
Título: From Southern Wrongs to Civil Rights: The ...
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