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Inhaltsangabe: Nicey Hentz-Polk's school years coincided with the 1950s and '60s, the murders of Emmett Till in '55, Medgar Evers in '63 and three civil rights workers in '64. James Meredith integrated Ole Miss in '62. Fannie Lou Hamer spearheaded Freedom Summer in '64. Read about the Great Migration and the Marks Mule Train. Discover Dr. Martin Luther King's ties to Marks and Quitman County High School's role in the Civil Rights Movement. On the national level, the Montgomery Bus Boycott, the March on Washington, and the deaths of President Kennedy, Malcolm X and Dr. King made headlines. Memories...traces her heritage back to William and Hannah Gray, born around 1860, covers her childhood and teen years in Lambert and Marks, Mississippi, and adult life in Columbus, Ohio. What effects did 'separate but equal' have on African-Americans? What advice does she offer teenagers? What are her thoughts on teaching? What does Columbus offer visitors? Find the answers here. Humorous stories and vivid descriptions of places and people who influenced her life fill the pages of this revised and expanded 2nd Edition. It is a compendium for general readers, secondary students and historians. The Appendix contains numerous facts about the state. "I find your book refreshing and amazingly interesting. From the depths of my heart, your book is super." -Sarah Chambliss, In the Light of Darkness

Über den Autor: Nicey H. Polk, English educator and motivational speaker, is the oldest of 11 children. After graduating from Coahoma CC and Jackson State, she moved to Columbus, Ohio, where she earned her M.A. from Ohio State. She is currently compiling a poetry collection and revising her creative nonfiction book, Patching Up the Rough Places. She has three adult children-Bill, Caroline and Rasheda.

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