by Andrew Young
A Young black man reaching maturity in the early 1950's, Andrew Young made decisions that led him to the ministry and on to the forefront of the civil rights movement of the early 1960's. He marched with Martin Luther King, Jr. through the streets of Birmingham and Selma, and he was with King when King was assassinated. Young's continuing work as a leader in the civil rights movement has enabled him to serve as a U.S. congressman, ambassador to the United Nations, and mayor of Atlanta.
Hardcover: 172 pages