Mary L. Brown’s newly released “Integration A Doorway to Success” is a purposeful account on the fruits of the first African American educational integration

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“Integration A Doorway to Success: The Untold Story of the First African Americans to Integrate Catonsville High School in 1955” from Christian Faith Publishing author Mary L. Brown is a cogent opus that delves into the high-and-low journey of black Americans in fulfilling the first interracial mergence in the school setting.

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“Integration A Doorway to Success: The Untold Story of the First African Americans to Integrate Catonsville High School in 1955”: a scholarly narrative that unveils the inspiring circumstances surrounding the provision for African Americans to be educated equally during a time of great racial bigotry. “Integration A Doorway to Success: The Untold Story of the First African Americans to Integrate Catonsville High School in 1955” is the creation of published author Mary L. Brown, a retired Baltimore City educator and an active member of Alpha Zeta Chapter, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, the Baltimore Chapter of the Continental Societies Inc., Association for the Study of African-American Life and History, Baltimore City Retired Teachers Association; and Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church.

Brown shares, “This story demonstrates how success, not failure, is the product of courage and determination in the midst of injustice and divisiveness that existed in our black communities during the Jim Crow Era. Today African Americans are still being challenged to fight for equality and justice, even though gains have been made since the Civil Rights Movement of the sixties.

“Mary’s book title, ‘Integration, A Doorway to Success,’ represents the spirit of African American students who shared this journey with her. Their struggle to overcome segregation in their school and communities represents their courage, determination, and perseverance to accomplish their mission. Their hope is that this story will inspire young people to dream big and allow no one to deter them from their dreams by telling them what they can’t do or whom they can’t become.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Mary L. Brown’s new book narrates the struggles of black Americans that led them to strive for justice and acceptance as citizens of a progressive country.

This book profoundly encapsulates to readers the fervor of standing up to inequity and learn from history’s darkest times to create a society filled with improvements from past mistakes.

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Consumers can purchase “Integration A Doorway to Success: The Untold Story of the First African Americans to Integrate Catonsville High School in 1955” at traditional brick-and-mortar bookstores or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Integration A Doorway to Success: The Untold Story of the First African Americans to Integrate Catonsville High School in 1955,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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