A noteworthy review of Journey to Freedom: The African American Library from School Library Journal on February 1, 2002
These basic biographies present clear pictures of their subjects, their accomplishments, and their legacies – Malcolm X as a civil rights activist, Ralph Bunche as a U.N. peacemaker, and Charles Drew as a medical pioneer. The individuals are all shown in a positive light. Crushshon gives a fair account of Malcolm X without negating some difficult times and racial viewpoints that were part of his life. Well-designed, the layouts are clean and uncluttered; the bordered sepia-toned photographs are of above-average quality.
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