A Call to Courage

A Call to Courage

by M. K. Eddleman
A Call to Courage

A Call to Courage

by M. K. Eddleman

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Overview

When courage calls, answers unfold with startling results. In 1967 Mississippi,
Millie Howard, co-owner with her husband of the black mortuary in town and mother of a teenage daughter, lives a comfortable life, sheltering herself from the realities of injustice. Then her pastor challenges her with an offer to run a Head Start school for poor children. Sensing danger, she resists. However, events and her family convince her to accept the call. Soon she realizes how real the peril is.
The Klan attempts to thwart her and her family’s efforts with continuous harassment and acts of violence. Yet through all the adversity, the Howards and friends manage to improve the lives of underprivileged children and to secure the right to vote for the disenfranchised black community. The spirit of hope never leaves Millie, her family and friends as they triumph over the vicious attempts at intimidation and continue the on-going fight for equality.


Product Details

BN ID: 2940163488131
Publisher: Brighton Publishing LLC
Publication date: 03/02/2020
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: eBook
File size: 489 KB

About the Author

M.K. Eddleman is a mother-daughter writing team who collaborated on Invisible Injuries. The M stands for Martha and the K stands for Katherine. Martha Eddleman graduated from the University of the Pacific with a minor in English literature. She taught English and Social Sciences at the high school level for twenty years. She lives in Livermore, California, where she writes, makes art, plays Bridge, and follows the Giants. As a twenty year survivor of stage three breast cancer, she recommends tapping into the creative process to heal and thrive. Katherine Eddleman Bultman graduated from Fresno State University as a theater arts major and later earned a M.Ed. and M.S. from University of Arizona. She and her husband live in Tucson, Arizona, where

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