On a beautiful sunny day in October, black students from all over campus joined together in a march on the president s office to demand change at Auburn University. Resentment had been simmering for a while, after earlier discussions had been held asking for reforms at the university. There had been no answer. If silence was supposed to be an answer, the students were not going to accept it. Thom Gossom Jr. did not set out to be a groundbreaker. ...
By Thom Gossom Jr.
Hardcover: 267 pages
Publisher: Best Gurl, inc.; 2nd edition (June 3, 2013)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.8 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 2452659
Format: PDF Text djvu ebook
This book was an excellent and easy read. I read this book in a few days. I am a native of Louisiana and I remember that time in our history like it was yesterday. It took a lot of courage to be the first to go to Auburn University. In my neck of