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Psalms from Prison

This book is about Benjamin Chavis
"Psalms from Prison" delves into the profound journey of Benjamin Chavis, a pivotal figure in the fight for racial justice and religious freedom. Published on September 28, 1983, this collection of poems reflects on human rights, racism, and liberty through the inspired lens of Jesus Christ's teachings. As Chavis articulates his experiences and insights from behind bars, readers are invited into a deeply personal space where faith and activism intertwine. Middle-school students will find the narrative both accessible and moving, providing them with a unique perspective on how individual resilience can challenge systemic injustices. This book not only educates young minds about historical struggles for equality but also ignites a passion for advocating change in their own communities. "Psalms from Prison" is an essential read for anyone looking to understand the enduring link between spirituality and social justice.
Published by Pilgrim Pr on September 28, 1983
169 pages
ISBN: 9780829806618
Best for readers in Middle School
This book provides valuable insights into Racial Justice and Religious Freedom, highlighting key issues and advancements within these areas

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