A Man Finds His Way is the dramatic tale of one who is trying to keep history from repeating itself. When an outspoken black activist and anti-Semite plans to visit his university, history professor Darius Collins is the only black man to protest. He knows that condemning one minority at the expense of another solves nothing. But at the same time, Collins must save his teenaged son, who has become a political pawn in a deadly racial conflict. Author Freddie Lee Johnson is a professor who holds a doctorate in history.
"A very rewarding read." (Booklist)
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