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No Turning Back: My Summer with Daddy King
AUTHOR: Gurdon Brewster
Brewster, a white seminary student from the North, worked at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, where Martin Luther King Sr. and Jr. were pastors. He recalls his first encounters with Atlanta's segregated areas, and describes finding the spontaneous church services of the black Baptist tradition both unnerving and energizing. When local white ministers didn't embrace Brewster's idea of setting up meetings between black and white church youth groups, Brewster's eyes were opened about the intransigent racism of ostensibly moderate white clergy. An engaging and inspiring memoir.