In an audiobook that is more personal reflection, religious teachings, and political commentary than biography, authors Catherine Meeks and Nibs Stroupe interweave their own life experiences and racial histories with those of the formidable Black activist and investigative journalist Ida B. Wells. In addition to having written the text, Meeks and Stroupe are also the primary narrators. While Meeks speaks in a relatively neutral accent, Stroup's Southern drawl brings to life the writer's Mississippi upbringing. Both are passionate about equity, justice, and faith, and it shines through their performances. While they lack narrating experience, both possess skills as lecturers, and in Stroupe's case, as a pastor, which aids in providing a pleasurable listening encounter. A.L.S.M. © AudioFile 2020, Portland, Maine [Published: DECEMBER 2020]
Digital Download Church Publishing 2020
DD ISBN $13.97
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