When We Were Colored: A Mother's Story
Iwp Book Publishing, 2007 - 152 ページ
Recounting the civil rights era from the perspective of an African American wife and mother, this memoir travels from growing up in the segregated South before World War II to postwar family life in California. Told with humor and homespun wisdom, this is the story of an ordinary woman living through extraordinary times. Through the bad and the good, this account shows a family and the people they encounter—black and white—stumbling toward a more equal and just America.
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Review: When We Were Colored: A Mother's Storyユーザー レビュー - Corinne - Goodreads
A collection of short pieces by a black mother who grew up in a segregated Atlanta raising her children in an integrated northern California town. Excellent writing that's both poignant and funny ... レビュー全文を読む
Review: When We Were Colored: A Mother's Storyユーザー レビュー - Goodreads
Insightful,enjoyable and inspiring. I'm glad Eva Rutland shared her experiences of life and family life!