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By John Edgar Wideman
Louis Till, a silent victim of American injustice. Wideman's personal interaction with the story began when he learned of Emmett’s murder in 1955; Wideman was also fourteen years old. After reading decades later about Louis’s execution, he couldn’t escape the twin tragedies of father and son, and tells their stories together for the first time.
African American Historical Fiction novel set during the "Era of Great American Madness!" Cotton Club Princess is a coming of age tale that uses the suspense and romance of the Harlem Renaissance, The Great Migration, and the Jazz Age to bring to life the 1920's-1930's in the world's most famous speakeasy.
Beyond the Rope is an interdisciplinary study that draws on narrative theory and cultural studies methodologies to trace African Americans' changing attitudes and relationships to lynching over the twentieth century.
Dr. Kecia Gaither is a double board-certified physician in OB/GYN and Maternal Fetal Medicine and holds a Masters’ degree in
Harold is quick to warn people that he is not your typical motivational speaker. Self-branded as “the Motiv-ACTIONal Speaker”...
(“Motive + ACTION =
Brandon David Democratic National Committee Chief of Staff talks to Maggie and callers about the difference between governance and an election.
Results, and Results = SUCCESS!”), his messages are powerful and sometimes painfully honest. He believes that the solutions too many of life's problems can be found within the individual. However, if people do not face their flaws, they will not fight their flaws; and if they will not fight their flaws, they will never be free of them
Public Health. A perinatal consultant and women’s health expert, Gaither’s expertise is grounded in both research and her professional experience in caring for women with diabetes, HIV and obesity in pregnancy.