- 306 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 22 cm
- Additional Authors
- Page, Lisa Frazier,
- Contents: Introduction -- Grandma's hands -- Between two worlds -- We shall not be moved -- Ain't no stopping us now -- Black & proud -- Revolution -- Hanging with freedom fighters -- Inside the war zone -- The battle between race & class -- Rebuilding myself -- Getting in the room -- The pathway to parent choice -- The education of my life -- The battles within -- The right choice -- Tough tests -- The struggle continues -- Conclusion.Includes bibliographical references and index.Includes index.Summary: Fuller has always believed that it is important for poor and working class Black people to gain access to the levers of power dictating their lives. He believes that those of us who are educated and resourceful have a moral and historical responsibility to help them, and that is what he has always tried to do. This belief propelled him in some of North Carolinas poorest communities in the 1960s and pushed him into the bush, mountains, and war-torn villages of Africa nearly a decade later.