The Autobiography of Lynn Markovich Bryant

  Rejected by the white world
because of her mixed parents and Black step-siblings, and her choice to belong to a Black community that accepted her







Living and learning the Black experience, feeling the racism experienced by the people she loved in the South Carolina Low Country where she grew up

Yet, she survives, finding strength in her faith in God, the love of her family and eventually her black soul-mate. She pursues her own identity, then returns to her 'Black roots' to teach in the very school where she attended and was accepted.

Lynn's story is a true story of survival, told from the heart, from one who has experienced both sides of the racial divide.  But it is not just a story about race, it is the touching recollections of the spiritual journey of a young woman growing up in a society that was itself experiencing growing pains.

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