"There is good news and bad news about 'It’s in the Action: Memories of a Nonviolent Warrior,' the memoir of civil rights icon C.T. Vivian, whom the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. called “the greatest preacher ever to live.”
"The good news is that future scholars of history and the civil rights movement, and readers who admire the contributions of those who led nonviolent change, can learn about Vivian’s works and life through his own thoughts and words. The bad news is that Vivian, who died last year, waited until a very mature age to begin writing this memoir, so he is no longer able to receive well-deserved accolades for the work he documented in this important new book."
The review by Wanda S. Lloyd later added -- "There is no disputing that Vivian waited a long time to begin 'It’s in the Action,' a concise yet well-documented volume of his work as an activist, civil rights worker, writer and preacher. Vivian’s friend, writer Steve Fiffer, who collaborated with the author and completed the book after Vivian’s death, writes admiringly in the preface that Vivian “could tell a story or tell off a racist antagonist with equal poetry.”"
So, I just want it know that while I'm biased, that doesn't mean I'm wrong...