“Rarely does a private account so in detail converse to the adventure confronted by way of many African-Americans during this kingdom. Daughters of the Dream is one such tale, to which even I recalled fond familial stories of our resilient historical past. In telling her personal tale, Ms. Copeland has captured the natural essence of a humans and of a kingdom striving to accomplish a extra ideal union.” -LONNIE G. BUNCH III, FOUNDING DIRECTOR, nationwide MUSEUM OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN heritage & CULTURE
“Daughters of the Dream chronicles the standard lives and friendship of 8 African American women from their institution days after the Brown v. Board of schooling selection to their maturation as ladies within the current. This e-book is genuine lifestyles storytelling at its best possible, of 8 girls relentlessly relocating jointly in the direction of racial justice.” -DR. IBRAM X. KENDI, nationwide booklet AWARD-WINNING writer OF STAMPED FROM the start: THE DEFINITIVE heritage OF RACIST principles IN AMERICA
“I learn with excitement Tamara Lucas Copeland’s weaving of Richmond’s racial historical past along with her tale of a decades-long friendship. after we percentage the wealthy tales of the African-American adventure, we fill a void in our realizing of the US. it is a must-read for plenty of, yet certainly for an individual with roots in Richmond.” -REV. DWIGHT C. JONES, FORMER MAYOR, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA
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