Alexandria, Louisiana, January 11, 2022]


Dec 3, 2021

[DALLAS, TEXAS, December 3, 2021] As the midcentury dawned, 225 graduates of the all-Black Peabody High School Class of 1968 in Alexandria Louisiana entered the world at the height of the Deep South Jim Crow rule. In How We Got Over, two dozen of the classmates share stories of inequality, endurance and success, chronicling childhood, early adult life and beyond. The combined work was completed in the middle of the 2020 global pandemic after 10 months of Zoom group meetings and countless one-on-one telephone discussions and back-and- forth editing rounds.

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