In his new memoir, Answering the Call: An Autobiography of the Modern Struggle to End Racial Discrimination in America, former Sixth Circuit Judge Nathaniel R. Jones recounts his long history fighting for racial equality.  Judge Jones was the first African American assistant U.S. attorney, was the general counsel of the NAACP, and served for 23 years on the Sixth Circuit.  Of particular interest, Judge Jones provides some behind-the-scenes anecdotes from the civil rights cases he litigated before the Sixth Circuit and other courts, and from his experiences in civil rights cases while on the Sixth Circuit.  The book has received strong reviews from the Cincinnati Herald and Kirkus.