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    A journey back home : the story of the Johnson-Brinson Project & Break Away [electronic resource].
    by Dukes, David, 1946- author.
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  • Dukes, David, 1946-
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  • African American youth -- Counseling of -- Florida -- Madison County.
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  • Community development -- Florida -- Madison County.
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  • Civil rights workers -- Florida -- Biography.
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  • Madison County (Fla.) -- History.
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    [United States] : AuthorHouse, 2010.
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    DAVID DUKES was born and raised in Madison, Florida. At the age of seventeen, in 1963, he led the civil rights movement in Madison. He did voter-registration work, sit-ins at restaurants, and recreational facilities, conducted training seminars, and demonstrated in support for freedom, equality, justice, and human rights for blacks in the American South. He was subjected to harassments, intimidations, chased around at high rates of speed, arrested, disowned by relatives, his life was constantly threatened, and he was forced to leave his hometown in 1965. He returned to Madison in 1993 to set up an after school program to assist the youth of Madison County to do well in school, to stay in school, reduce teenage pregnancy, resist drug use, reduce criminal behavior, and violence. A JOURNEY BACK HOME tells how his past was used by elected and public officials, community leaders, and others to make his efforts difficult by none support of his programs.
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