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245 pages ; 21 cm
"Un recorrido nostálgico, conmovedor y sincero sobre los acontecimientos e injusticas que marcaron a generaciones de hombres y mujeres negras, incluida la familia Sellers, hasta hoy día. Con estas memorias, Sellers adopta una nueva vía de lucha por los derechos civiles afroamericanos"--from publisher's description.
The small town of Denmark was once a thriving hub of South Carolina's idyllic Low Country. Today, this majority African-American town with a population of 3,500 is emblematic of the "Forgotten South." For Sellers, Denmark is the land on which his forefathers toiled to build lives of meaning and substance, despite systemic racism and Jim Crow laws. He shines a light on life in today's rural South, where Americans still struggle for the basics of modern...
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