Sugar of the Crop
Sana Butler is a special correspondent for Newsweek International. She’s a former writer for CNBC and was once producer of the “Person of the Week” segment on “World News with Peter Jennings.”
Sana Butler talked about and from Sugar of the Crop: My Journey to Find the Children of Slaves (The Lyons Press; January 23, 2009). In the book she presents the story of a quest to find the last surviving children of slaves. She finds subjects all over the country, from Los Angeles to New Orleans to Virginia, presenting a view of post-Civil War life in America shared by few living Americans. Following her remarks she responded to questions from audience members.
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