Tananarive Due, best-selling author and American Book Award winner, and her mother, Patricia Stephens Due, guide listeners through the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s. Told in alternating chapters, their story is a triumphant memoir of their experiences with everyday people fighting for equality as members of grassroots organizations in the South. Filled with drama, heartache and rousing successes, Freedom in the Family will inspire and enlighten with its riveting account of one of America’s most progressive times.
©2003 Tananarive Due and Patricia Stephens Due (P)2004 Recorded Books, LLC
Kathleen in FL
This book rang true on so many levels. As a northern civil rights activist in the 60's and now as a resident of Florida, I was drawn into this book completely.
I loved the way alternate chapters told the stories of these two remarkable women.
The narrator was excellent.
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