Who is Wo-Chi-Ca and what tales does he tell?
Despite the teepee and Indian-sounding name, this is
not a story of the first Americans. Rather, it is a tale of pioneers - black and white - who once lived in unity at a summer
camp for kids.
Against a vast canvas of The Great Depression, World
War II, the Cold War and McCarthyism, the authors present renowned activists, legendary artists and genuine heroes.
With memoirs, photographs, songs, and dramatic text,
Tales of Wo-Chi-Ca adds a new chapter to the annals of radicalism - a story almost unknown to American history.