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"The Confinement Cage" is featured in Impact anthology

Erin Goseer Mitchell's story "The Confinement Cage" is featured in Impact. This anthology, Impact: Personal Portraits of Activism is a 2021 Indie Book Award Finalist in two categories: Anthology and Social Change.

The virtual 2021 Indie Book Awards event is Friday, June 25th at 7:00 EST. It will be streamed live on Facebook. (We will share a link when it becomes available.)

"From Colored to Black is another fantastic Erin Mitchell memoir"

Retired school teacher Erin Goseer Mitchell, 81, has written her second book of memoirs, which explores her migration from Georgia to Chicago, as a young educator and newlywed.

"On race and friendship" by Tim Anderson

I consider myself fortunate to have met Erin Goseer Mitchell 20 years ago. Erin grew up in Fitzgerald. Her parents, Stanley and Mable Goseer, were respected educators in the community. Mr. Goseer was the principal of Monitor Elementary and High School for many years. I didn’t know him, but I met Mable Goseer soon after coming to work here at the newspaper, and she was a gracious southern lady.

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