This epic, as lived by Joy Hillis and her ancestors takes you through her troubled home life and survival from childhood slavery, incest, four brutal rape attacks, and a series of domestic violent relationships.
Joy captures her subjects from Africa, The Mandingo Tribe, as told by her grandmother Mattie Glass, who was part African and Native American Cherokee Indian, whose father was a slave. We learn how her ancestors through deception, were captured from Africa, brought to America on slave ships, separated from their families, and sold as slaves to do toilsome labor on Southern Plantations.
A Few Seeds And A Mule is a true story told by Joy Hillis as she lived her early childhood as a sharecrop worker, her struggles, southern home cooked recipes, her faith, escape from plantation, and life after migrating to freedom in Missouri.
|Publisher:||Marva Joy Hillis|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||1 MB|
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