Gather at the Table
Winner of the Phillis Wheatley Book Award for Nonfiction/Biography & Memoir!
“Gather at the Table is an honest exploration into the deep social wounds left by racism, violence and injustice, as the authors work through their own prejudices in search of reconciliation — and ultimately find friendship.”
The authors hope to inspire a national dialogue about the legacies of slavery and racism and offer practical guidance for individuals and groups who want to heal themselves and America.
— Leymah Gbowee, 2011 Nobel Peace Laureate
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“It’s not supposed to be like this,” Sharon said the morning we visited Ferguson. She and I have gone to many cemeteries over the years in our genealogical quests. “Cemeteries are places where we expect to find dead people.” Yeah, cemeteries. Not in the middle of the street on Canfield Drive in Ferguson, Missouri; a […]
Sharon Morgan originally posted this on Our Black Ancestry: Black History Month 2015 is almost over. As I do every year, I spent the past few weeks gorging myself on the glut of special programming on TV – feature films, documentaries, and other programs with African American themes. I glued myself to the television to […]
Sharon and I spoke before more than 1,000 corporate leaders from around the world on September 17 at the 20th Annual General Electric African American Forum Global Symposium in Washington, DC. If the world is going to change when it comes to issues of race, Corporate America has the power and influence to make a […]