4-5-10: The Story of Dr. Ozell Sutton

April 5, 2010 at 5:58 am 1 comment


Vic Carter is an anchor at Channel 13, WJZ television here in Baltimore. He’s written a book about a fascinating figure in the Civil Rights movement, a man whose profile is not particularly high, but whose life and work are inspirational, and whose story most certainly deserves to be heard.  His name is Ozell Sutton, and he was involved in some of the most important issues of the movement, including the desegregation of schools and voting rights.  The book is called From Yonder to Here: A Memoir of Dr. Ozell Sutton.

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  • 1. vesta lemon  |  April 5, 2013 at 8:53 pm

    i would like to know how to get this book . from here to yonder that was wrote on dr ozell sutton.

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