Bernice Johnson Reagon : Hands on the Freedom Plow (paperback)


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Subtitled “Personal Accounts by the  Women in SNCC,” this book is an  unprecendented history of the Civil  Rights Movement, from sit-ins to Black  Power and told from the point of view  of fifty-two women, northern & southern, young & old, urban & rural, black, white & Latina. Each story reveals how the  struggle for social change was formed,  supported and maintained by the women  who kept their “hands on the freedom  plow.” The book features two entries  by Bernice Johnson Reagon, composer,  activist and currently a “songtalker.”

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