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“It arrived, your book that is! While I expected it to be a wonderful book it exceeded my highest expectations! Congratulations and thanks for all the work you did to produce it. In my judgment it should be in every library and on every coffee table in the US and the world. I hope it will get wide distribution. It is very well done and both the pictures and text not only provide a window to an important part of our history, but challenge us to keep at what needs to be done to bring peace and harmony to a troubled world.”

-George H. Sinclair, Jr


“We received the book! It is 100% First Class!  I’m extremely proud of what you two have accomplished. I can only imagine how you guys must feel. The cover is a definite eye catcher.  It makes one want to read the content inside, which is presented in an intriguing way.  The art work draws one to the information, which is very concise, informative and to the point. David never once got wordy, which is amazing for a preacher man. (That’s a high compliment.)  In modern vernacular it’s “lean and tight,” which makes it a great read.”

-Art Klinger


“You are an inspiration, not only to Cape Cod and the continuing struggle for equality but also to those who need models for justice and perseverance.”

-Alvin F. Oickle


” I was thrilled to revisit visually the art and re- read your work.  The book should help to bring more attention to the people who may want to display the exhibition.”

-Al Kochka


“I have devoured the words and illustrated icons this week.  This is a most thoughtful, beautifully illustrated creative history of the Civil Rights movement.  Even though I was personally involved with marches etc. during that time, I learned a great deal about individuals I never knew about.  Reading this book reminded me of the pain, frustration, courage, and death of so many individuals who made a big difference in the lives and rights of African Americans.  It again makes us aware of what still needs to be done to end discrimination and injustice of all people.  This book is a treasure and to know the author/artist who spent time leading our congregation makes it all the more meaningful.  This is NOT a paid commercial; it is heartfelt!”