Soul Sister by Grace Halsell
Fawcett Crest, 1969. Some light wear, stamp in back from Hilbert Highschool.
"Grace Halsell changed the color of her skin and sojourned through Black America as a "soul sister." Few whites have had the guts to embark on such a hazardous adventure. Grace Halsell's ordeal as a black-skinned American is a unique and deeply moving story of what it is really like to be black in a white world. From Harlem to the Mississippi delta, her experiences reveal the hard and bitter truth about men and women trapped in a desperate struggle for survival, identity, and originality."