Wilcox County and friends embrace book about their voting rights history

Thank you to all of you who made this book possible! I am truly blessed: Just heard from my publisher, University of Alabama Press: “This Bright Light of Ours: Stories from the Voting Rights Movement” was the best selling Fiction/Non-Fiction book at Black Belt Treasures in Camden, AL last year. When you think about all the variety of wonderful books they carry in their store, this is truly an accomplishment. Yea!! Everybody!!!” Thanks Donna Cox Baker for sharing this good news. And thank you Wilcox County and beyond for your faith in our stories. More about “This Bright Light of Ours” at www.thisbrightlightofours.com

Wilcox County Freedom Fighters Celebration March 6, 2014 in Camden L to R: Alma Moton King, Donna Gordon Finklea, Rev LV Baldwin, _________, _______, Alversal Lawson, Sheryl Threadgill, Maria Gitin, Charles Bonner (Selma SNCC), Betty Anderson and Robert Powell

Wilcox County Freedom Fighters Celebration of the publication of “This Bright Light of Ours” March 6, 2014 
L to R: Alma Moton King, Donna Gordon Finklea, Rev LV Baldwin, _________, _______, Alversal Lawson, Sheryl Threadgill-Matthews, Maria Gitin, Charles Bonner (Selma SNCC), Betty Anderson and Robert Powell

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