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Originally published in 1989, this beautifully written autobiography of the Rev. Dr. Ralph David Abernathy-Martin Luther King Jr.'s partner and eventual successor-not only tells his own story but also expounds on the leaders he knew intimately, including King, Jesse Jackson, Andrew Young, and Lyndon Johnson, among others. Revealing the planning that went into major protests and the negotiations that brought them to a close, Abernathy chronicles a movement, recalling the bitter Originally published in 1989, this beautifully written autobiography of the Rev. Dr. Ralph David Abernathy-Martin Luther King Jr.'s partner and eventual successor-not only tells his own story but also expounds on the leaders he knew intimately, including King, Jesse Jackson, Andrew Young, and Lyndon Johnson, among others. Revealing the planning that went into major protests and the negotiations that brought them to a close, Abernathy chronicles a movement, recalling the bitter defeats they faced, the misery and deaths they suffered. Amidst these struggles, though, he celebrates the victories that integrated communities, gave economic and political power to the disenfranchised, and brought hope to people who had not dreamed of it. Throughout, Abernathy's close relationship with King is central to the story-and to the civil rights movement. In 1956, when Rosa Parks was arrested for refusing to give up her seat on a Montgomery bus, it was Abernathy who enlisted King to join the protest. Together, they led the landmark bus boycott for 381 days, during which Abernathy's house was bombed and his church dynamited. From there, the two helped found the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), and they were jailed together more than 40 times. Their protests and marches took them all over the South-Selma, Albany, Birmingham-and to Washington and Chicago as well. An unsung hero of his era, Abernathy's inspiring memoir ultimately shows how their victories, and even their setbacks, led to social and legislative changes across the entire country. Books, Biography & Autobiography~~Cultural Heritage, And-the-Walls-Came-Tumbling-Down~~Ralph-David-Abernathy, 418555, And the Walls Came Tumbling Down: An Autobiography, Ralph David Abernathy, 1569762791, Chicago Review Press, Incorporated, , , , , Chicago Review Press, Incorporated

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[EAN: 9781569762790], Neubuch, [PU: Lawrence Hill Books], RALPH DAVID ABERNATHY,ETHNIC AND NATIONAL,HISTORICAL,MEMOIRS,CIVIL RIGHTS LIBERTIES, Biography & Autobiography|Historical, Biography & Autobiography|People of Color, Paperback. 672 pages. Dimensions: 8.9in. x 6.0in. x 1.5in.Originally published in 1989, this beautifully written autobiography of the Rev. Dr. Ralph David AbernathyMartin Luther King Jr. s partner and eventual successornot only tells his own story but also expounds on the leaders he knew intimately, including King, Jesse Jackson, Andrew Young, and Lyndon Johnson, among others. Revealing the planning that went into major protests and the negotiations that brought them to a close, Abernathy chronicles a movement, recalling the bitter defeats they faced, the misery and deaths they suffered. Amidst these struggles, though, he celebrates the victories that integrated communities, gave economic and political power to the disenfranchised, and brought hope to people who had not dreamed of it. Throughout, Abernathys close relationship with King is central to the storyand to the civil rights movement. In 1956, when Rosa Parks was arrested for refusing to give up her seat on a Montgomery bus, it was Abernathy who enlisted King to join the protest. Together, they led the landmark bus boycott for 381 days, during which Abernathys house was bombed and his church dynamited. From there, the two helped found the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), and they were jailed together more than 40 times. Their protests and marches took them all over the SouthSelma, Albany, Birminghamand to Washington and Chicago as well. An unsung hero of his era, Abernathys inspiring memoir ultimately shows how their victories, and even their setbacks, led to social and legislative changes across the entire country. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN, Momence,IL, Commerce,GA.

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[EAN: 9781569762790], Neubuch, [PU: Chicago Review Press], Biography & Autobiography|Historical, Biography & Autobiography|People of Color, 1569762791 Originally published in 1989, this beautifully written autobiography of the Rev. Dr. Ralph David Abernathy—Martin Luther King Jr.'s partner and eventual successor—not only tells his own story but also expounds on the leaders he knew intimately, including King, Jesse Jackson, Andrew Young, and Lyndon Johnson, among others. Revealing the planning that went into major protests and the negotiations that brought them to a close, Abernathy chronicles a movement, recalling the bitter defeats they faced, the misery and deaths they suffered. Amidst these struggles, though, he celebrates the victories that integrated communities, gave economic and political power to the disenfranchised, and brought hope to people who had not dreamed of it. Throughout, Abernathy's close relationship with King is central to the story—and to the civil rights movement. In 1956, when Rosa Parks was arrested for refusing to give up her seat on a Montgomery bus, it was Abernathy who enlisted King to join the protest. Together, they led the landmark bus boycott for 381 days, during which Abernathy?s house was bombed and his church dynamited. From there, the two helped found the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), and they were jailed together more than 40 times. Their protests and marches took them all over the South—Selma, Albany, Birmingham—and to Washington and Chicago as well. An unsung hero of his era, Abernathy's inspiring memoir ultimately shows how their victories, and even their setbacks, led to social and legislative changes across the entire country.

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And the Walls Came Tumbling Down
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Abernathy, Ralph David

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And the Walls Came Tumbling Down

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1569762791

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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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781569762790
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1569762791
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Publishing year: 2010
Publisher: LAWRENCE HILL
638 Pages
Weight: 0,894 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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