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Myles Horton Father of the Civil Rights Movement: Myles to Go

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Experience the inspiring journey of Myles Horton in "Myles Horton Father of the Civil Rights Movement: Myles to Go," a compelling biography that delves into the life of a man who quietly laid the foundations for a movement that would transform America. Published on November 6, 2020, this narrative weaves through the historic milestones in the struggle for racial justice, spotlighting Horton's pivotal role as a mentor to iconic leaders like Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King Jr. Endorsed by Deborah Shlian, MD, MBA, an award-winning author and literary judge, this book is described as a "must-read" about a remarkable man whose influence on civil rights is both profound and personal. Ideal for high school students, this biography not only educates but also motivates deeper engagement with the principles of racial equality and the ongoing fight for justice. Engage with the legacy of a true pioneer and reflect on how far the journey for civil rights has come—and the miles still to go.
Published by Xlibris US on November 6, 2020
123 pages
ISBN: 9781664137370
Best for readers in High School
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