The World According to Fannie Davis
Bridgett Davis talked about her book, The World According to Fannie Davis, on her mother, Fannie, who ran a numbers racket in Detroit during the 1960s and 70s.
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Andrew Abrisz Stage Coordinator Printers Row Lit Fest
Lolly Bowean Correspondent Chicago Tribune
Bridgett Davis Author
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