Public Image, Private Shame: A History of Black Civil Rights in the USA
Roydon Agent teaches History at Kamo High School in Whangarei. He was a Fulbright Scholar to the US in 2007, and in 2009 Roydon travelled to the US as a recipient of the State Department’s International Visitor Leadership Program. Roydon is a specialist in Black civil rights history and has travelled to the US several times researching this book. During this time he had the privilege of meeting with key civil rights legends, including SNCC leaders Congressman John Lewis and Julian Bond, Little Rock students Terrance Roberts, Minnijean Tinkley, Corretta Scott Young, Fred Gray (Rosa Parks’ lawyer), and Billy Kyles (who was near King when he was assassinated).