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Delta Stories About Emmett Till Kept Appearing, Civil Rights Author Says

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The shed on the Sheridan Plantation, where Emmett Till was brutalized and killed By Susan Klopfer, author Who Killed EmmettTill? JUST SEVERAL MONTHS after the violent murder of Rev. George Washington Lee, a popular Belzoni minister and voting rights advocate, a Boy Scout campfire was burning down to its last embers over in Tallahatchie County […]

Civil Rights Nonfiction Novel eBook Publication Set For Sept. 1, 2012

For Immediate ReleaseNew eBook AnnouncementContact: Susan Klopfer505-728-7924www.susanklopfer.com New eBook Announcement: Gallup To Mississippi“Attaining true justice often takes longer than expected. In this case, getting there requires a heart-stopping side trip through Washington D.C.’s political killing fields.” Susan Klopfer, author DRIVING ALONE FROM Gallup, New Mexico to Drew, Mississippi takes all but 20 hours, according to […]

New Alabama Civil Rights eBook: Tales From The Troubled South

(photo of cover to come) Tales from the Troubled South: Civil Rights in AlabamaEbook By Catherine Jaime$2.99 Rating: Not yet rated. Published: Feb. 17, 2011 Category: Non-Fiction » History » AmericanWords: 6489 (approximate)Language: English Ebook Short DescriptionThis book introduces you to the highlights of the Civil Rights Movement across the state of Alabama: The Montgomery […]