Sundee Frazier’s was the first Black family to move onto Empire Avenue in Spokane in the 1940s. The award-winning author said she hopes her new historical fiction book, “Mighty Inside,” which is powered by her family’s Spokane stories, helps move the race-relations dialogue.
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