Author Charles A. Bonner’s new book “Tip of the Arrow” is a detailed reflection on the nonviolent movement and events surrounding the historic Civil Rights Act of 1964.

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Recent release “Tip of the Arrow: The Selma Student Nonviolent Movement” from Page Publishing author Charles A. Bonner is a stirring memoir and first-hand account of the momentous events surrounding the movement for integration, civil rights, and racial equality in Selma, Alabama in the early 1960s. The author’s active participation in the Selma Student Nonviolent Civil Rights movement put him on the front lines of mobilizing voter registration among black citizens and to peacefully protest the discriminatory treatment on buses, at lunch counters, and in all aspects of civil society.

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Charles A. Bonner is a trial lawyer and civil rights activist in Sausalito, California who has been practicing law for over forty years and has been the lead attorney in more than two hundred jury trials involving civil rights cases, police misconduct cases, personal injury, environmental and employment cases. He has published his latest book “Tip of the Arrow: The Selma Student Nonviolent Movement”: an eye-opening autobiography detailing his own involvement in the Civil Rights movement and that of many courageous men and women of Selma, Alabama who risked their lives to forge a better future.

The author shares, “The purpose of my book, ‘The Tip of the Arrow: A Study in Leadership’, is to share with young people of today and tomorrow the story of young people like me at age sixteen as the blueprint of the Selma Student Nonviolent Civil Rights movement, a significant impacting factor in the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act and the dominating influence leading to the passage of the 1965 Voting Rights Act.

On February 24, 2016, during a ceremony awarding the Congressional Gold Medal at the US Capitol in Washington, DC, I beamed with personal pride upon hearing Speaker Paul Ryan’s statement that Congress decided to bestow the award to the foot soldiers because their contribution to our country was so great that they deserved the highest honor in our possession, the Congressional Gold Medal. ‘The Tip of the Arrow’ is our story.”
Published by Page Publishing, Charles A. Bonner’s engrossing book is an invaluable resource for students and citizens seeking to understand the social and political climate in Selma, Alabama, one of the epicenters of momentous change for civil rights in the United States.
Readers who wish to experience this illuminating work can purchase“Tip of the Arrow: The Selma Student Nonviolent Movement” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

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