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Days Of Grace: A Memoir

This book is about Arthur Ashe
In "Days of Grace: A Memoir," the late Arthur Ashe, a trailblazing tennis champion and dedicated social activist, shares his inspiring journey through the intersections of sports, racial justice, and health equity. Published on June 15, 1993, this memoir unfolds Ashe's formidable challenges, from breaking racial barriers in the world of professional tennis to his valiant public battle with AIDS. His narrative not only highlights his personal struggles and triumphs as a Black athlete but also his profound commitment to social causes, including gender equality. Ideal for adult education settings, this book offers a poignant exploration of resilience and advocacy, inviting readers to reflect on the complexities of identity and the power of perseverance in the face of adversity. Ashe's story is a compelling call to action, encouraging ongoing dialogue and engagement in social justice issues.
Published by Knopf on June 15, 1993
317 pages
ISBN: 9780679423966
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