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Freedom in the Family

Freedom in the Family

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Written by Tananarive DueAuthor Alerts:  Random House will alert you to new works by Tananarive Due and Patricia Stephens DueAuthor Alerts:  Random House will alert you to new works by Patricia Stephens Due

  • Format: Trade Paperback, 416 pages
  • Publisher: One World/Ballantine
  • On Sale: December 30, 2003
  • Price: $23.00
  • ISBN: 978-0-345-44734-0 (0-345-44734-4)
Also available as an eBook.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Tananarive Due is a former features writer for the Miami Herald. She has written many highly acclaimed novels, including The Black Rose and My Soul to Keep. She received a 2002 American Book Award for her novel The Living Blood. Ms. Due makes her home in Longview, Washington, with her husband, novelist Steven Barnes.

Patricia Stephens Due was a civil rights activist with CORE while attending Florida A&M University. In 1960, based on her nonviolent stand during a landmark “jail-in,” she received the prestigious Gandhi Award. She is married to a civil rights lawyer, has three daughters, and continues to work for change in America. Over the years, she has conducted civil rights workshops and re-enactments for colleges, public schools, civic groups, and churches. She lives in Miami, Florida, with her husband, John Due.