Nonfiction: The Civil Rights Stories We Need to Remember

The New York Times Lifestyle 3 months ago
S. Jonathan Bass’s “He Calls Me by Lightning” examines the conviction of a black youth in the 1957 killing of a policeman, and the 44-year legal saga that followed.

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