A Best-Selling

Book by

Charlene Holloway

My Story

I am a retired Registered Nurse, former 13 year old Civil Rights Activist from 1961 who marched in the American Civil Rights Freedom marches and jailed the first time at that age for Social Changes. These marches brought about Louisville, KY, being the first city in the South to have the May 14, 1963 "Public Accommodations Law of Integration".  Louisville, KY has been twice awarded a "Compassionate City". This book tells the story dating back from Slavery to the importance of Education and strong 'Family Roots'.

 

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Testimonial

"To understand where one is going, one must understand where they have been. This historical reading not only traces my roots back two centuries but brings to life the trials, tribulations, perseverance & love it took to not only change history but to make history."

-Marcus Helm Jr.

 
Book Signing
When
Oct 13, 2018, 12:00 PM
Where
Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Lib,
1101 Bethel St, Hopkinsville, KY 42240, USA
 
 

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For any inquiries, please contact agent Charlene Holloway:

Tel: 502-407-2392

2625 Wingfield Ln

Louisville, Ky 40210

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