The book is a labor of love. The biography of a humble 1960s Texas Civil Rights Activist who integrated Southwestern Bell/AT&T, my father, Rev. Dr. L.E. Bennett
Diamonds are made from great pressure. Pressure is something that Rev. Dr. L.E. Bennett knew well. I have immense love and adoration for this man, and I must tell his story.
It was the 1950s and 1960s, the war against racism and inequality in America was also fought by
an unsung Texas warrior named L.E. Bennett, a humble civil rights activist from Texas who while serving as a janitor progressed to integrating Southwestern Bell/AT&T.
I've penned his biography, and his story has been added to The Bullock Museum or Austin, TX