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Author: Lou Ellen Watts
Date/Time: Friday 01/04/2019 at 11:00 AM
Book: Sleeping in Dixie's Feather Bed
Synopsis: Subtitled "Growing Up White in the Segregated South," Lou Ellen's memoir is a detailed and vivid personal recollection of a culture on the very brink of change. Around her the Civil Rights movement was beginning and growing, but Lou Ellen describes her own indifference: she was busy growing up and achieving with many personal friendships and what would be her profession of teaching music. Then, one experience at a multi-cultural camp in the north "kicked" her out of Dixie's comfortable but intolerant feather bed. Lou Ellen Watts became an advocate for a widely based and tolerant society.
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