The White Golden Bull: How Faith in God Transcended Racial Barriers

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Too Smart Publications, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 139 pages
Its the 1970s in Atlanta, GA, a time and place where racial pressures and uneasiness exist in the South. However, a young white boy from Atlanta named Chet Grimsley decides to travel to Charlotte, NC, to accept a football scholarship to play for the Golden Bulls of Johnson C. Smith University (JCSU), a Historically Black College and University. His journals recall the inspiring, real life stories that Chet endured being a minority at JCSU, including playing football, receiving the coveted Mr. Football award, and becoming the first white at JCSU to cross-over Groove Phi Groove Social Fellowship, Inc. From a historical aspect, Chet became the first in many diverse arenas, and by showing his faith in God, respect and teamwork, he overcame the racial boundaries and exposed the black and white truths that existed during these times. This is the inspiring, true life story of the lone White Golden Bull.

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