We As Freemen: Plessy v. Ferguson

Paperback
Essential reading on segregation now in paperback! Medley deftly puts in colorful context the U.S. Supreme Court's signal 1896 decision sanctioning so-called separate but equal facilities. . . . Rich in family and community history and local lore, Medley's work details the world of New Orleans' free people of color . . . this remarkable read is recommended. -Library Journal