Way Opens: A Spiritual Journey
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Way Opens: A Spiritual Journey

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Eight years ago, Patricia Wild began to wonder: whatever happened to the two African Americans who desegregated her high school in Lynchburg, Virginia in 1962? That question became a quest; Way Opens tracks her journey. She finds Dr. Lynda Woodruff, now a college professor, and Reverend Owen Cardwell, a Baptist preacher, she finally learns the history lessons never taught...more
Paperback, 198 pages
Published May 1st 2008 by Warwick House Publishers, Lynchburg, VA
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Patricia Wild’s full-time writing career began 2000 after her novel, Swimming In It, was published by Flower Valley Press, Gaithersburg, MD. For many years, she had taught adult learners; Swimming In it is based on the stories her homeless students had told her. A bi-monthly columnist for The Somerville (MA) Journal for ten years, she published her memoir, Way Opens: A Spiritual Journey, in 2008....more
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