Perhaps the most extensive book to date ever written on the Montgomery Bus Boycott, Let My People Go! may prove to be the encyclopedia of this pivotal event in American history. While other books written on the boycott primarily focus on the point of view of one key leader, this book discusses the boycott from several viewpoints and takes the reader on an historical journey through time, illustrating how God consistently intervened in the course of history to free His people from the evils of human injustice.
Dr. Robert J. Walker is Assistant Professor in the College of Education, Department of Curriculum and Instruction at Alabama State University. He is a member of the MIA and a volunteer math tutor at E.D. Nixon Elementary School.
Part 1 Foreword Part 2 Acknowledgments Part 3 Introduction Chapter 4 A Paradigm Shift Chapter 5 Like Fire Shut Up in My Bones Chapter 6 I Will Go Down with Thee Into Egypt Chapter 7 The Pharaoh Who Knew Not Joseph Chapter 8 The Plague of Death Chapter 9 Leaving Egypt Chapter 10 Drawn from the Water Chapter 11 The Hard Taskmaster Chapter 12 Choosing to Suffer Affliction Chapter 13 At the Burning Bush Chapter 14 Blood on the Door Post Chapter 15 Let My People Go! Chapter 16 Encamped in the Wilderness Chapter 17 Hardened Their Hearts Chapter 18 Trapped at the Red Sea Chapter 19 With a Mighty Hand Chapter 20 Crossing Over Jordan Chapter 21 At the Promised Land Chapter 22 The God Factor Chapter 23 A Tribute to Rosa Parks Chapter 24 Still Work to be Done Chapter 25 A Tribute to Coretta Scott King Chapter 26 A Land Flowing with Milk and Honey Part 27 Index