Horace Randall Williams

Randall Williams, an Alabama native, has researched and written extensively about civil rights, segregation, and slavery during three decades as a reporter, writer, editor, and publisher of newspapers, magazines, and books. He is the former managing editor ofSouthern Changes magazine and was the founding director of the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Klanwatch Project. He is the author of the children’s books Johnnie Carr and W.E.B. DuBois and the editor of two of John F. Blair, Publisher’s slave narrative collections, No Man’s Yoke on My Shoulders and Weren’t No Good Times. He is co-owner and operator of NewSouth Books, based in Montgomery, Alabama.

Books from Blair

No Man’s Yoke on My Shoulders: Personal Accounts of Slavery in Florida 

Weren’t No Good Times: Personal Accounts of Slavery in Alabama 

This Day in Civil Rights History (NewSouth Books)