Andrew Silver's inspirational play dramatizes the struggle of a small group of devout students in Macon, GA from 1948-1956. Energized by professor G. McLeod Bryan (a good friend of Clarence Jordan), the students stood against fellow students, parents, community, and denomination in their support of desegregation in their community. This powerful story of Christian idealism, compassion, and justice burns all the way from a small Georgia city to the coast of Africa and back again. Includes a section on Koinonia, many references to Clarence, and an interview with long-time Koinonia friend and former member Alma Jackson. Paperback. 137 pages.