It was a journey that Lasurie was determined and driven to reclaim her mother's name and historical contributions to the Civil Rights Movement. After countless letters to news stations and reports,
It would be a reporter by the name of Frank Donnelly for the Detroit News who would share Mamie King Chalmers story with the world. Mr. Donnelly would air her story on the 50th anniversary of the historical pictures taken of her and the two boys being hosed in front of a store front in Birmingham, Alabama. Finally, the world would get to hear the truth and see the real Mamie King Chalmers.
Sit back and take a listen to the full interview at http://sistahsplace.com/lasuria-k-allman-talks-about-her-stolen-pride-mamie-king-chalmers-story/
Be sure to check out The first History Book, Mamie King Chalmers was honored and recognized in is Beads on a String America’s Racially Intertwined Biographical History by Ey Wade. You can order and Read the more about her at this link: http://www.amazon.com/Beads-String-Special-Intertwined-Biographical/dp/0615811469
Contact & Social Media Infomration:
Lasuria Allman books are available at http://www.thebookpatch.com/ and you may reach her at LaSuria83@gmail.com or contact her by phone at (909)-264-0878.
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Photo Source Credits: All pictures are provided courtsey of LaSuria K. Allman.