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Go and Tell Pharaoh

This book is about Al Sharpton
In "Go and Tell Pharaoh," readers are invited into the turbulent and transformative world of Reverend Al Sharpton, a pivotal figure in America's racial justice landscape. This gripping memoir, published on March 1, 1996, chronicles Sharpton’s journey from his early ordination as a child preacher through his vigorous participation in landmark civil rights confrontations, such as the Bernard Goetz subway incident. Beyond the public figure, this narrative delves into the deeply personal: the tragedy that shattered his family and the trials that shaped his fervent advocacy. Ideal for adult education settings, this book not only explores pivotal moments in racial justice but also challenges readers to reflect on the impact of personal history in public activism. Sharpton's story is a compelling beacon for activists and students of social change, encouraging a deeper understanding of the complexities of racial issues and the relentless pursuit of equality.
Published by Doubleday on March 1, 1996
276 pages
ISBN: 9780385475839
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