"James Yates's experience with labor protests and union organizing shapes his vision of freedom which culminates his decision to join the fight in Spain against Fascism. Approximately 100 Blacks were among the 3,200 volunteers from the United States that made up the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, the first non-Jim Crow military organization in US History...Yates makes the cogent connection between fascism and racism."
Mississippi to Madrid is illustrated with black and white photographs. Also available in paperback (441-0007).
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|Peppercorn Book Number: 441-0008|
|Publisher: Open Hand Publishing|
|Place of Publication: Greensboro, NC, USA|
|Year of Publication: 1989|
|Format: hard cover|
|Size: 8.25 x 5.25 inches, portrait|
|Length: 208 pages|