Book Review of The Heart of a Woman

The Heart of a Woman
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I don't normally like biographies/autobiographies. But I'm changing my tune.

She writes well. Very real. Very true. It is her emotions and her life out there. Takes courage to write something like this.

This book makes me think. Makes me think about racial relations and how deep it runs.

Time that this book covers....She works part of the time with Martin Luther King, Jr (in a ny chapter). Meets with Malcolm X. Works to further the civil rights movement and spends part of the time in Africa.

She talks about her life/son/marriage in with the history.