He Called Me Sister: A True Story of Finding Humanity on Death Row

He Called Me Sister

By Suzanne Craig Robertson. Recounts the story a fifteen-year friendship between the author — a white middle-class woman and Cecil Johnson — a Black man who grew up devoid of advantage. Relates how trust and compassion were forged despite the difficult circumstances, and how Cecil ended up ministering more to Suzanne‚Äôs family than they did to him. The story details how Cecil maintained inexplicable joy and hope despite the tragic events of his life and how Suzanne, her husband and their two daughters opened their hearts to a man convicted of murder. Includes a foreword by Sister Helen Prejean. Read more.