Paths of Promise by Donna J. Grisanti

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“Everyone gathered for prayer, hoping no violence might erupt from civilians or police answering the call to intervene. They became silent. Like soldiers going to battle. Not the Boston Tea Party or a momentous war campaign but a small step against wrong.” Thus begins Ruth Yuell’s first campaign for civil rights. Against the odds and with the opposition of the legal system, her countrymen, and some of her own race, Ruth stands against history to change America. Cloud of Witnesses is the untold epic saga of one woman’s incredible, life-long struggle from segregation through equality.

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Published March 19, 2012 by Phoenix Publishing Corp.. 348 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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In the South especially, the church was the only place where Negroes could really gather in large numbers on a consistent basis to meet each other at all.” Grisanti’s more memorable scenes show the horror of racism: When teenage Ruth goes out for a drive with friends and while they’re changing a ...

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