Life on the color line the true story of a white boy who discovered he was black paperback feb 1 1996 by gregory howard williams author 47 out of 5 stars 127 ratings see all formats and editions. Life on the color line is the perfect counter balance to rebecca walker s black white and jewish while walker is a generation x child in middle class coastal america greg williams childhood is a 1960s poor midwestern tale and highlights the absolute diversity of the multiracial experience. Gregory howard williams life on the color line the true story of a white boy who discovered he was black new york dutton 1995 pp xiv 285 reviewed by martha chamallas and peter m shane in 1954 at the age of ten greg williams took an unforgettable journey to muncie indiana until that time greg and his younger brother mike had. Buy the paperback book life on the color line the true story of a white boy who discovered he was black by gregory howard williams at indigoca canadas largest bookstore free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. Williams tells the story too of the divergent paths he and his brother eventually took one defying the odds and the advice of teachers and counselors to become a lawyer the other succumbing to the lure of fun flash and the quick buck life on the color line is a uniquely important book it is a compelling drama of a man straddling two worlds and two heritages and a wonderfully inspiring
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