Vernon Can Read!: A Memoir
2004-05-16T06:58:27-04:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/0ab/20040516070356002.jpgVernon Jordan talked about his book Vernon Can Read!: A Memoir, published by Public Affairs. He described his experiences as an African-American, the civil rights movement, his career, and, particularly, about the influence of his mother in his life.
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