"In her Georgia misery she had pictured freedom, and it had not looked like this. Freedom was a community laboring for something lovely and rare." - Colson Whitehead
What will you gain from listening to this book?
A better understanding of the hardships facing African Americans throughout history
A new perspective of the brutality that slavery inflicted on the enslaved
A perspective of how history might have turned out if a few things had been only slightly different
A unique look into life in 19th century America
An understanding of what the journey towards freedom looked like for many people, and the different ways that freedom can be misidentified
A stronger interest in history and a passion to uncover the real facts about the brutality of slavery
A glimpse into the unfulfilled promises that plague African Americans even today
The human drive to survive, no matter how insurmountable the obstacles may seem
Don't miss Colson Whitehead's best-selling novel, The Underground Railroad. His fictional take on the narrative of the life of an American slave paints a picture you won't soon forget.
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