I Will: How Four American Indians Put Their Lives on the Line and Changed History
Sheron Wyant-Leonard (Author)
July 20, 2021
6.0 X 9.1 X 1.2 inches | 1.32 pounds
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About the Author
Sheron Wyant-Leonard was born in the heart of the Jim Crow south in Montgomery, Alabama, to an Army Airborne Ranger and a mother who worked for the Department of Defense. Drawn to the arts at a young age, she worked in the American theatre with legendary director Adrian Hall and studied with renowned playwright, Donald Freed. Her play about the AIDS Quilt, titled In Stitches, was an early indication of her serious talent. She takes on the hard issues of Human Rights and the human struggles that have often evolved unfairly in American society. Her stories examine the heart, written with the clever hand of a dramatist. Her characters understand both the humor and the profound sadness born of a poverty not of one's own making. She resides in Chattanooga, Tennessee.