Through Angels Eyes
A survival story from the civil rights movement's most explosive time and place: Birmingham, 1963.

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Prologue

1. ALABAMA, JANUARY 1963.
""Who are you to bring people down here to register, boy?" "It's my job." "Suppose you get two bullets in the head right now!" "I got to die anyhow." "Suppose someone came in that ... " - read more
2. ALABAMA, FEBRUARY 1963.
"I never knew why he looked so sad, so far away, until my brother told me Josiah's story—a story 'bout a drunken father, a strugglin' mother, a terrible fight an' ... " - read more
3. ALABAMA, MARCH 1963
""I know all 'bout them folks. But SNICK an' King are a waste a' time, girl—like a spit in the ol' Pacific Ocean. They ain't got no power. No, White ... " - read more
4. ALABAMA, EARLY APRIL 1963.
""It's always different, Angel," she half smiled. "But you know one thing that never changes? White folks stayin' in power an' Black folks goin' to funerals. That ain't no different. ... " - read more
5. ALABAMA, SATURDAY APRIL 13, 1963
""This place is sick." He spat out the words, like he was ashamed to have to say 'em. "This country is sick. This state is sick. This city is sick. ... " - read more
6. ALABAMA, MAY 5 1963.
""He was Black, girl. That's as far as those White animals bother to look!" "When's it gonna end, Mama? How many more Josiah's have to die?" "Girl, it ain't gonna end. White ... " - read more
7. ALABAMA, MAY 1963.
"Josiah's death hit me real bad. Mama let me stay home from school that next day. She'd said that I needed time to grieve. But I knew that it wasn't ... " - read more
8. ALABAMA, LATE MAY 1963.
""Ronny's fine," I said, half to myself. I knew this guy was jus' trying to make me worry. I wasn't gonna get sucked in. "Now will you let us get ... " - read more
9. ALABAMA, SEPTEMBER 15 1963
"I skipped up the steps an' out the church doors. "Need a hand?" I called out as I ran to Ronny. He never got to answer. A massive blast ripped away our ... " - read more
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