I Am Black America
Poetry and a testimonry of what it means to be a Black American in the deep south, this book is written by a professor at Oakwood University, an HBCU in Alabama.
Category: Social Justice
“I Am Black America” “answers the question of who I am for all Black Americans.”
It is a “. . . testimony, a magnus opum of how it means to be Black-American in the Deep South. . . It is a rite of passage for everyone, no matter their race or creed.”
There are many educational lessons in “I Am Black America” from the Montgomery Bus Boycott of 1955, to the death of Viola Liuzzo. It is poetry at its best.” – publisher