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Triumphant Warrior : Memoir Of A Soul Survivor Of The Wilmington Ten
by Wayne Moore




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Triumphant Warrior is an incredible and compelling story of how Wayne Moore found strength through struggle after finding himself in prison for protesting the institutionalized racial discrimination and hostilities surrounding court-ordered desegregation in Wilmington N.C. . Wayne was sentenced to nearly thirty years in prison after state and federal officials conspired together, to unjustly frame him and the other members of the Wilmington Ten. A riveting and soul stirring account of one man's triumph over injustice. Wayne writes "Today, four members of the Wilmington Ten are no longer with us in body. But in so many ways they, like all of us, will live on as witnesses, as well as markers in the road to better intersections toward the just and the humane. I hope this memoir can be a map to such a place where truth is everlasting and always liberating." Wayne Moore is founder of the Wilmington Ten Foundation for Social Justice. His foundation is dedicated to serving youth and families in Wilmington, N.C. Visit the foundation website at www.wilmtenfoundation.org. Testimonials: "Wayne Moore' vivid, firsthand account of the long yet triumphant struggle of the Wilmington Ten is inspirational for all who cry out for freedom. Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis-- author of Psalms from Prison. " A wonderful and rich story of injustice and vindication, of suffering and redemption." Dr. Phillip L. Clay-Dr. Clay grew up in Wilmington and teaches at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Triumphant Warrior is an incredible and compelling story of how Wayne Moore found strength through struggle after finding himself in prison for protesting the institutionalized racial discrimination and hostilities surrounding court-ordered desegregation in Wilmington N.C. . Wayne was sentenced to nearly thirty years in prison after state and federal officials conspired together, to unjustly frame him and the other members of the Wilmington Ten. A riveting and soul stirring account of one man's triumph over injustice. Wayne writes "Today, four members of the Wilmington Ten are no longer with us in body. But in so many ways they, like all of us, will live on as witnesses, as well as markers in the road to better intersections toward the just and the humane. I hope this memoir can be a map to such a place where truth is everlasting and always liberating." Wayne Moore is founder of the Wilmington Ten Foundation for Social Justice. His foundation is dedicated to serving youth and families in Wilmington, N.C. Visit the foundation website at www.wilmtenfoundation.org. Testimonials: "Wayne Moore' vivid, firsthand account of the long yet triumphant struggle of the Wilmington Ten is inspirational for all who cry out for freedom. Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis-- author of Psalms from Prison. " A wonderful and rich story of injustice and vindication, of suffering and redemption." Dr. Phillip L. Clay-Dr. Clay grew up in Wilmington and teaches at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology


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  • ISBN-13: 9780615978154
  • ISBN-10: 0615978150
  • Publisher: Warrior Press
  • Publish Date: March 2014
  • Page Count: 326
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.68 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.96 pounds


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