Hal Crowther and Charles Marsh on Unexpected and Underappreciated Leaders
Authors Hal Crowther (Freedom Fighters and Hell Raisers) and Charles Marsh (Can I Get a Witness?) talked about their collections of biographical essays on unexpected and underappreciated leaders in struggles for justice and equality.
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Hal Crowther Author
Phyllis Leffler Professor Emeritus
Charles Marsh Associate Professor University of Virginia->Religious Studies
- Virginia Festival of the BookVirginia Festival of the Book
- Can I Get a Witness?
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