Through a Blue-Eyed Lens is a poignant memoir that takes the reader on the improbable journey of Shelley, a young white girl, in the 1960s South. When Shelley arrives from the outer reaches of Wyoming, her new stage is Memphis, a segregated city increasingly steeped in conflict and turmoil. By recounting the ways in which she navigated both social and historical constructs, Shelley unearths a storehouse of deeply personal memories. 

Through A Blue-Eyed Lens By Shelley Moore