What My Left Hand Was Doing: Lessons from a Grassroots Activist

Coming October 2017

IN THIS POIGNANT POLITICAL MEMOIR, a working-class Irish Catholic mother of six  young children picks up the baton dropped by slain civil rights activist, Viola Liuzzo and takes a stand against society’s racial inequality in late 60s Detroit. Her unforgettable lessons learned from white privilege to black power are personal, political and spiritual and apply to today’s budding social justice movement.

” I HOPE YOU ARE WITH ME, VIOLA”                Photo by John Causland,        Women’s March in Ann Arbor, MI 1-21-17


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