Sacred Ground is a true story about the lives of African-American
families living in a small rural community during the early
thirties through the twenty-first century. This book describes the
resilience these families were in spite of the tragedies they
experienced. Cemeteries surround this small community; so many,
that if the cemeteries were an ocean, the community could be
considered a peninsula.These families were subjected to the racial
fury of the Deep South in the 1950s. Yet, they survived because
they were on sacred ground.
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