“Black Brass” brilliantly captures the intrigue of city politics, as seen through the eyes of Eddie Cantrell and his young administration. Elected in 1978 as the first African American mayor, Eddie Cantrell must survive all of the hope and desires of the black community that elected him and the suspicions of the white community that wants to control him.
Sherry Williams, Esq., a native of Atlanta, Georgia, combines her life-long passion for writing and her professional endeavors in her first published novel, “Black Brass.” An accomplished novelist, poet and playwright, Ms. Williams produced or had produced several of her works.
“Hey folks, this is Cool Cal, coming at you from WAOK in Atlanta, G-A, right here at 1380 AM. I know I been promising y’all that Councilman Eddie Cantrell is coming. And I know he is. So y’all sit tight, cause I’m here to tell you, something big is about to go down in Atlanta, GA. Something that ain’t never happened before. So, you better mark your calendar—you better know what you were doing on December 14, 1977.
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