The inspiring life story of civil rights icon Fannie Lou Hamer in Mississippi.
This comic strip-based musical centers on young Annie’s search for her parents & the change of character she brings about on 2 selfish characters in NYC.
When his estranged daughter hires a maid to help care for her aged father, she does not expect them to fall in love.
A world famous female orchestra conductor abuses her power in many ways & suffers the consequences of cancel culture on social media.
British children sent to a small town during the Nazi Blitz join with a local boy to help a Black G.I. persecuted by racist MPs,
- A Jazzman’s Blues
- Crushed Wings
- The Woman King
- Honk for Jesus
- The Good House
- And more!
French student Anne desperately searches for a way to end her pregnancy, but it is 1963, & a harsh law criminalizes abortion, punishing both patient & any medical personel who aids her.
A British author in search of inspiration receives a letter from the island of Guernsey & is thrust back to events of the German occupation–& finds both love & a subject for her next book.
A charismatic priest working miracles renews the faith of a small island parish, but a destructive evil lurks beneath the surface, recognized by a few islanders who resist.
I have just finished reading 2 books that expose the poison of racism, one very graphically, and the other in the lofty prose of the essay (but just as forcefully)–COMING OF AGE IN MISSISSIPPI and LONG TIME COMING: Reckoning with Race in America. Both …