To Live and Die in Dixie


To Live and Die in Dixie by Folkways Records at Public Sounds. MPN: FW-09770-CCD. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. To Live and Die in Dixie is a collection of narrative poems written by social activist and poet John Beecher, a distant descendant of abolitionists Henry Ward Beecher and Harriet Beecher Stowe. Born in New York and raised in Alabama, Beecher was appalled by the injustices experienced by poor and working class black and white Southerners. To bring attention to these injustices, he wrote searing prose poetry illustrating the harshness in their lives. In this recording John Beecher gives a


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To Live and Die in Dixie is a collection of narrative poems written by social activist and poet John Beecher, a distant descendant of abolitionists Henry Ward Beecher and Harriet Beecher Stowe. Born in New York and raised in Alabama, Beecher was appalled by the injustices experienced by poor and working class black and white Southerners. To bring attention to these injustices, he wrote searing prose poetry illustrating the harshness in their lives. In this recording John Beecher gives a

 


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