Moore Street: Growing up in the Era of Jim Crow (Hardcover)

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MOORE STREET: GROWING UP IN THE ERA OF JIM CROW is a compelling firsthand account of the author's boyhood years growing up in Fayetteville, North Carolina during the era of racial segregation, circa 1942-1960.

While the focus is on a neighborhood in Fayetteville, North Carolina, the story is a metaphor for the transcendences of manhood survival despite seemingly insurmountable obstacles.

The story is told in a readable and warm manner seasoned with actual instances of things which occurred to a young man growing up in an African American family and community filled with love and positive support.

This story had to be written in order to document insight into how life was growing up during this era in this Moore Street neighborhood by an eyewitness account.