Film, Video "The House at the End of the Road"
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- "The House at the End of the Road"
- Ralph Eubanks discusses his personal story that began with his grandparents: James Richardson, a white man from a middle-class family, who defiantly married Edna Howell, a light-skinned black woman in 1914 in Alabama.
- Event Date
- May 19, 2009
- - A 2007 Guggenheim Fellow, W. Ralph Eubanks is also the author of "Ever Is a Long Time," which was named one of the best nonfiction books of 2003 by Washington Post book critic Jonathan Yardley. Eubanks is a longtime employee of the Library of Congress and is head of its Publishing Office.
- Related Resources
- Center for the Book: https://www.loc.gov/loc/cfbook/
- Running Time
- 48 minutes
- Online Format
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