Skip to main content
Displaying 1 of 1
Standing up against hate : how black women in the Army helped change the course of WWII
Author Biography

Mary C. Farrell is an award-winning journalist and the author of Fannie Never Flinched and Pure Grit. She lives in Spokane, Washington.

Major General Marcia M. Anderson’s military career spanned 36 years, and included many “firsts” including selection as the first African American female Major General in the Army, Army Reserve, or Active Army. 
- (Harry N. Abrams, Inc.)

Large Cover Image
Librarian's View
Displaying 1 of 1