Sisterhood Book Club discusses 'The Milford Eleven'

March 30, 2013

The Sisterhood Book Club's March public meeting discussed "The Milford Eleven," written by Orlando J. Camp and Ed Kee.  The book is a nonfiction account of how integration fears robbed hope from 11 black students in the period following the historic 1954 Supreme Court decision which outlawed school segregation.  Camp was one of those 11 who integrated Milford High School that year.

Standing (l-r) are  Beverly Kenner, Luana Randolph, Louise Maull, Delema Lott, Sherri Thomas, Chanta Wilkinson, Orlando Camp, Janie Miller, Gloria Harmon and Regina Jones-Brake.

Seated are Barbara Maddox, Stephanie Collick, Amy Mitchell, Waynne Paskins and Renee Kenner.

Missing from photo: Marjorie Biles, Diana Duffy, Linda Duffy, Janet Martin, Terry Mcanally, Brenda Milbourne, Doris Person, Tina Washington, Jean Phillips, Dianne Henry and Delores Dashiell.


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