Rosalie T. Turner
CIVIL RIGHTS historian & author
Throughout the decades, the systemic racism woven into the fabric of our country has attemped to keep African Americans as second-class citizens. Rosalie Turner’s books capture the stories of brave Americans who have dared to stand against that.
Award-winning author, Rosalie Turner, is a civil rights historian who writes stories that embody the struggles of African Americans. Her book, Sisters of Valor, received the Military Writers Society of America Bronze Award for Fiction. Her book March With Me, was both a 2013 INDIES Winner and USA Best Book finalist and her book Freedom Bound received the Florida First Coast Writers’ Award.
Layers of Truth
All proceeds from this book will support The Freedom School Project. This project will start a Freedom School in Durham, NC starting in the summer of 2023.
Durham CDF Freedom School is a six-week summer program that provides literacy and social justice education to children in underserved communities in Durham, NC. The program focuses on empowering students through culturally responsive teaching and community engagement. Students receive free books and meals, and participate in activities that promote critical thinking and leadership development.
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CIvil Rights Blog
This is a copy of a blog I follow. The issue of voting rights is something we can’t ignore. During the Civil Rights Movement of