225 photographs from the Civil Rights era in Birmingham, original news accounts, and recollections from those who conceived and lived the era. Also included are Rev. Fred L. Shuttlesworth's speeches and Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights annual reports. Leading off with a preface from Rev. Fred L. Shuttlesworth, the book intentionally tells the story from the Movement perspective, through the eyes of the strong network of Christian churches which banded together throughout the city of Birmingham to stage a God-filled, non-violent confrontation to banish segregation.
|Title:||A Walk to Freedom||Publisher:||Birmingham Historical Society|
|Author:||Marjorie Longenecker White|
|Edition:||Paperback Original limited ed|
|No. of Pages:||96|
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