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Zora Hurston and the Strange Case of Ruby McCollum
- By: C. Arthur Ellis Jr
- Narrated by: Trei Taylor, C. Arthur Ellis Jr.
- Length: 15 hrs and 19 mins
In the timber camps of North Florida in the 1930s, Zora Neale Hurston, a famous African-American anthropologist and author, discovered the unwritten segregationist law allowing a white man to force a white woman to have his children. Dr. Ellis coined the term "paramour rights" and attributed it to Hurston's character in this novel. Twenty years later, she received an assignment from the Pittsburgh Courier to cover the murder trial of Ruby McCollum, a wealthy colored woman accused of slaying a white physician.
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