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Bridge Across Jordan

This book is about Amelia Boynton Robinson
"Bridge Across Jordan," authored by pioneering civil rights activist Amelia Boynton Robinson, is a compelling narrative that delves into the heart of the racial justice movement in America. Published on January 1, 1991, this book serves as a testament to the relentless struggle for equality and the power of resilience. Though this edition controversially omits significant portions from its original 1979 release, including the forward, introduction, and the last two chapters, the core story remains a potent recount of Robinson's life and her indomitable spirit. Best suited for adult education groups, this book not only chronicles historical events but also invites readers to reflect on the ongoing challenges and triumphs in the fight against racial injustice. By exploring Robinson's personal journey, readers gain a deeper understanding of the cultural and historical contexts that have shaped the civil rights movement, inspiring critical reflection and action in the pursuit of equity and justice in their own communities.
Published by Schiller Inst on January 1, 1991
414 pages
ISBN: 9780962109546
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