A Conversation with Civil Rights Activitist Homer Beecher Williams “H.B.” to his friends & wife Nannie Ruth Williams
Nannie Ruth Williams her father a sharecropper as well as her grandfather ., talks about her role as family protector vs wife/supporter for Civil Rights Activitist Homer Beecher Williams “H.B.”
H.B., Williams then a school principal life changing/rights began when he was offered the job of assistant principal, and when he refused, pointing out that it was a demotion, he was fired. He spent years fighting for his reinstatement. Durning this battle about for justic about ten years, was his awaking to real life "Civil Rights" on a personal scale set in motion by the Monroe County Board of Education. Real life injustic at the hands of segregated school system where black educators role of leadership were set in stone in class rooms, but not as administrators.
Using a magnifier device, she is a reader, mainly of history, but also of crime novels. ... H.B. Williamssighed when any mention of the book came up. ..... and a firebrand named Ezra Cunningham, who had taken part in the Selma march. All this ...