By Malvin Ann Williams-Tyson
This ebook is a compelling tale of a tender black lady anticipated to just accept terrible victimization as part of the prevailing tradition, with out someone conversing a observe in her safeguard. After falling sufferer to unspeakable crimes by the hands of prejudice she used to be categorized as a White Man’s lady, thought of estate rather than an insignificant individual. This booklet will bring up matters which have been overlooked for many years. Georgie Mae Lang remained blissfully blind to the danger…but one way or the other felt her quantity used to be coming!
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