Book Review:Going To School In Black Of White: A Dual Memoir Of Black and White


Going to School in Black and White: A dual memoir of desegregation

by Cindy Waszak Geary & LaHoma Smith Romocki

Torchflame Books
Biographies & Memoirs , Nonfiction (Adult)

Pub Date 26 Sep 2017

I am reviewing a copy of Going to School in Black and White: A dual memoir of desegregation by Torchflame Books and Netgalley:

This book deals with the issues of race and desegregation in The Durham Public Schools in the 1970’s.

This book tells the story of Cindy Wasack Geary and Lahoma Smith, a black and white students personal experiences with Desegragation.

Cindy Wasack Geary and Lahoma Smith Romocki had both attended Hillside and came together to right a book from their perspectives.

I give Going to School in Black and White five out of five stars!

Happy Reading!

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