In My Place Author:Charlayne Hunter-Gault "A remarkable look at a black family and its reluctant black heroine. Charlayne Hunter-Gault's coming-of-age history-making story of her childhood and her integration of the University of Georgia is an invaluable first-person account, told with more wry humor than bitterness." - Julian Bond — This is Charlayne's story of her court ordered recial ... more »integration into the State of Georgia's University school system.« less
Personnal history at its best. Charlayne reminds us all of what decent families, and decent people had to put up with, what they were denied, how they were cheated - all because they weren't of the 'right' color.
Her story in this book will bring your blood to a boil, as well as make you smile time and again. She has done an excellent job of reminding us of how we were, how far we've come, and unfortunately how much further we have to go.