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Ruth R. Baskerville
2019 FAPA President's Book Awards Winner - Education (silver) When Dr. Grace Middleton Accepted the position as a charter school principal in an affluent suburb of a major city, she encountered a barrage of race-based, personal and professional attacks. As her influence in the school and her importance in the community grew, the powerful, self-appointed enemies intensified their push to destroy. She refused to run, trying desperately to match her ability and faith aganist persistent forces that enlisted a key central office administrator to give them an edge.