Our Auntie Rosa
The Family of Rosa Parks Remembers Her Life and Lessons
The family of Rosa Parks tells stories of growing up with the mother of the civil rights movement.By Sheila McCauley Keys and Eddie B. Allen Jr. Read by Robin Eller Biographies & Memoirs / History - United States / Nonfiction`strong> English, Unabridged 4h 11m Sell Sheet
|Format||Release Date||List Price||Your Price||ISBN|
|4 Audio CDs||February 16, 2016||$39.99||$29.99||9781520001074||Add to Cart|
|1 MP3 CDs||February 16, 2016||$24.99||$14.99||9781520001081||Add to Cart|
The family of Rosa Parks share their remembrances of the woman who was not only the mother of the civil rights movement, but a nurturing mother figure to them as well. Her brave act on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama, on December 1, 1955, was just one moment in a life lived with great humility and decency. After the deaths of Rosa Parks's husband and brother, her nieces and nephews became her only family and the closest that she would ever experience to having biological sons and daughters. They share with readers what she shared with them about her experiences growing up in a racist South, her deep dedication to truth and justice, and the personal values she held closest to her heart.
"...listeners will be rewarded with insights about both the continuing work and the private life of this Civil Rights hero." - AudioFile Magazine