“THE BOY FROM TROY” WHO GOT IN “Good Trouble”! Many years ago John “ROBERT”Lewis started his journey in Troy, Alabama as the son of a Sharecropper, that which became known to many of us to represent “picking cotton in the fields of a White man all day and going home with very little money in your pocket at the end of the day because the crop was shared”.
Letter To The Editor During my pastorate of the Family Baptist Church in Toledo, Ohio, I was also the director of human relations for the Toledo Board of Education. The chairman of my trustee Board walked into my office one day and placed a check for $10,000.00 on my desk, and when I asked him what it was for, he said, “the man across the street told me to give it to you.
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