And the Walls Came Tumbling Down: An Autobiography

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The number-two manin the civil rights movement, Abernathy poignantly recalls his life from his poverty-striken childhood, his cofounding of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and march to freedom at the side of his close friend Martin Luther King to his current fight for dignity and human rights worldwide. Illustrated.

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JWatt3

Mar 12, 2009

Interesting

As a white man, I do not think I have had a great understanding of the emotions and motivations of the blacks in the civil rights movements. I thought the book was insightful and helped me understand. I think Rev. Abernathy gently nudges the halo from the head of his close friend, Dr. King concerning his women and sources of his speeches.

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