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When We Were Colored
A play by Ginger Rutland
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Our pledge is to publish books that will bring readers a lift, some laughter and a love for each other. We pledge also to publish books of substance, books that expose injustice, that defend the weak and the dispossessed and that celebrate the qualities that Isaac Westmoreland embodied - courage, perseverance, hard work and justice.


IWP in the news:

Eva Rutland's granddaughter talks about her life and working with her grandma
New book describes growing up black in Curtis Park, Viewpoint
YouTube: Eva Rutland; grand daughter of x slave and mother of 4
Weekly Signals Interviews
Award-Winning Author Comes to Portland Portland Skanner
Racial exclusion marred neighborhood's early history,Viewpoint
Viewpoint article, by Eva Rutland's granddaughter Eva Fields
School Library Journal Review
90-year-old's memoir filled with ageless lessons on race, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
A timeless message, Sacramento Bee
American Authors Association book review
Land Park mother's memoirs from 1964 re-released, The Land Park News
90-Year-Old Spelman Alumna Hosts Book Signings In Atlanta, Atlanta Daily World
Eva Rutland: A Mother's Gift of Memory, NPR


When We Were Colored
Eva Rutland

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