Tell It Not In Gath
Because of the limited schooling available to black children, Maria and William Martin move from their small sharecropper farm to a large, southern city to allow their two sons to receive an education during the great depression. While illiterate William struggles to find sufficient work, Maria is able to supplement the family income with washing and doing domestic chores.
Sam, the younger son, is obsessed with bettering himself and succeedi...
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