“Rarely does a private account so in detail communicate to the adventure confronted by means of many African-Americans during this kingdom. Daughters of the Dream is one such tale, to which even I recalled fond familial stories of our resilient history. In telling her personal tale, Ms. Copeland has captured the natural essence of a humans and of a country striving to accomplish a extra excellent union.” -LONNIE G. BUNCH III, FOUNDING DIRECTOR, nationwide MUSEUM OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN historical past & CULTURE
“Daughters of the Dream chronicles the normal lives and friendship of 8 African American ladies from their institution days after the Brown v. Board of schooling choice to their maturation as girls within the current. This ebook is genuine existence storytelling at its absolute best, of 8 girls relentlessly relocating jointly in the direction of racial justice.” -DR. IBRAM X. KENDI, nationwide publication AWARD-WINNING writer OF STAMPED FROM the start: THE DEFINITIVE background OF RACIST rules IN AMERICA
“I learn with excitement Tamara Lucas Copeland’s weaving of Richmond’s racial historical past along with her tale of a decades-long friendship. once we proportion the wealthy tales of the African-American adventure, we fill a void in our knowing of the United States. it is a must-read for lots of, yet certainly for somebody with roots in Richmond.” -REV. DWIGHT C. JONES, FORMER MAYOR, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA
“Daughters of the Dream is a quiet ebook, no drama, no suspense, easily a simple tale of the continued quest for racial justice. It resonates with me as a daughter of the South myself, an individual who committed the new earlier in my expert existence to the price of analyzing and as anyone who absolutely is aware the ability of public coverage. this is often a major new lens on America’s story.” -CAROL HAMPTON RASCO, CEO, analyzing is prime (2001-2016), family coverage consultant TO PRESIDENT WILLIAM JEFFERSON CLINTON (1993-1996)
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