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Vision and Voice is the story of U.S. civil rights. Its narrative unfolds the significant and sometimes startling story of four hundred years of political, philosophical, and religious content working a way through challenging, historical, and social contexts in America. The book tells the story of civil rights from past to present. With a reader-friendly narrative style, the book provides an overview of the subject by presenting theme of civil rights over long stretches of U.S. history. Herein, the book summarizes the central road travelled by connecting the key steps along the way, offering the reader both an informational and inspirational experience. Dr. Wesley Joseph Mills has devoted much of his life work to education. With degrees in political science, religion, and ethics, he also has been involved as a teacher and pastor in social justice projects. Currently, Dr. Mills is an associate professor at York County Community College, teaching composition, ethics, history, and religion. He received a Maine teacher of the year award and has also served as online adjunct faculty for Andover Newton Theological School. Dr. Mills is from a family with a history in seafaring, lighthouse-keeping, writing, preaching, and teaching vocations.
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