In words taken down by Lillian Smith and photographs by Bob Adelman, the younger people of the civil rights movement express...

READ REVIEW

OUR FACES- OUR WORDS

In words taken down by Lillian Smith and photographs by Bob Adelman, the younger people of the civil rights movement express their convictions and fears. Untutored Negroes and ivy league college students talk about how they came to give themselves to the battle for equality. They talk about the problem of the Intruders: the violent man pretending to be non-violent; the troublesome question of whether non-violence really works. Serious, searching words from determined youngsters.

Pub Date: N/A

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Norton

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: Oct. 1, 1964