Crossing the Tracks
While dramatic history unfolds from Greensboro to Selma to Memphis, one man makes his own stand for justice and inclusion.
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Crossing the Tracks is set in the railroad yards and union halls of Kansas City during the Civil Rights Movement. It’s the surprising story of a white, working-class family man confronting racism and bigotry on the railroad, in the neighborhood, and in his church.
“Crossing the Tracks is a true American novel, a work of art that values equality, dignity, and justice for all, arrived at by honest living and hard work to make ends meet.” ~ Feathered Quill, Rebecca Jane Johnson
“...reminds us that simple stories about great, moral men are always worth writing about and reading. We can all learn a lot from how this man lived his life and this story is a fitting tribute to an ordinary man with an extraordinary heart.” ~ Readers’ Favorite Book Reviews, Grant Leishman (5 STARS)
“...a poignant and thought-provoking read that resonated long after the final page... a compelling narrative of one man’s journey to overcome prejudice and advocate for change.” ~ Readers’ Favorite Book Reviews, K.C. Finn (5 STARS)
“...brilliantly written and filled with humor and life lessons. This story exceeded my expectations and will stay with me for a long time.” ~ Readers’ Favorite Book Reviews, Alma Boucher (5 STARS)