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200 NIGHTS AND ONE DAY

Rozga, Margaret (foreward by Dick Gregory)

Published by Benu Press, Hopkins, MN, 2009
ISBN 10: 0981516319 / ISBN 13: 9780981516318
/ Condition: Very Good Plus / Soft cover
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Title: 200 NIGHTS AND ONE DAY

Publisher: Benu Press, Hopkins, MN

Publication Date: 2009

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good Plus

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition.

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INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR on title page. Book of poetry from civil rights marchers in Milwaukee which documents their victories. 75 pp. Light edgewear. Light soiling to front and rear cover. Light bumps to rear corners. Half dime-sized red spot to rear cover. Very light rippling to text block. Bookseller Inventory # 2049

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Synopsis: Two Hundred Nights and One Day is brilliantly delivered by author Margaret (Peggy) Rozga. This book of poetry presents a brilliant analysis which takes us through the brave history of the strength, commitment and passion of the people of Milwaukee, Wisconsin as they marched, struggled and were jailed to win the victory of justice and freedom for all. Peggy Rozga joined protestors, participated in freedom marches, and was jailed for fighting and marching for the rights of poor Black children of the city of Milwaukee under the leadership of one of the great advocates of non-violence, direct action and civil disobedience of our times: Father James Edmund Groppi.

Product Description: Poetry. African American Studies. This book of poetry presents a brilliant analysis which takes us through the brave history of the strength, commitment and passion of the people of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as they marched, struggled, and were jailed to win the victory of justice and freedom for all. Peggy Rozga joined protestors, participated in freedom marches, and was jailed for fighting and marching for the rights of poor Black children of the city of Milwaukee under the leadership of one of the great advocates of non-violence, direct action, and civil disobedience of our times: Father James Edmund Groppi.

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