F.H.M. First Biography of a Forgotten Pioneer for Civil Justice is the inspiring life story of a champion civil rights advocate and multiple businesses owner.
Anita Hackley-Lambert has dreamt of writing ever since the age of twelve, when she wrote her first unpublished book, No Where to Run, a story concerning the multiple rapes that she suffered as a little girl. She was inspired to write the life story of F.H.M. Murray, as a result of a promise that she made to her mother to acknowledge and honor Murray’s legacy. With the publication of this book, the author hopes to spark the interest of historians, educators, scholars, educational institutions, black history collectors, genealogists, students, and family members in this outstanding historical figure. Her greatest desire is that each reader will come to know the essence of the man, F.H.M. Murray.