The latest alumni publications.

From Whence They Came

From Whence We Came: A History of the African American Kinslers (independently published), researched by Brenda K. Kinsler (B.A. ’76) and authored by Cynthia P. White, Ed.D., gives voice to the...

From Whence We Came: A History of the African American Kinslers

Our Own Way in This Part of the World: Biography of an African American Community, Culture and Nation (Duke University Press Books), by Kwasi Konadu (Ph.D. ’04) . This book centers on Kofi Donko...

Our Own Way in This Part of the World: Biography of an African American Community, Culture and Nation
Book cover: how we fight white supremacy

How We Fight White Supremacy (Bold Type Books), by Akiba Soloman (B.A. ’97) and Kenrya Rankin (B.A. ’03) , features leading organizers, artists, journalists, comedians and filmmakers who offer...

How We Fight White Supremacy
Book Cover: The Tenacity of a Soldier

The Tenacity of a Soldier: Lessons in Effective Leadership (LaBoo Publishing Enterprise LLC), by Elgin Cooper (B.A. ’86) , examines the tenets of effective leadership. From business to politics...

The Tenacity of a Soldier: Lessons in Effective Leadership
Book cover: Finding mY Roots

Finding My Roots and Other Stories (Demerara Press), by Carmen Barclay Subryan (M.A. ’83) , is a coffee-table book with 10 stories and more than 50 pictures.

A DNA test that the author...

Finding My Roots and Other Stories
Don’t Eat the Baby: Characteristics of a Cannibalistic Church

Don’t Eat the Baby: Characteristics of a Cannibalistic Church (Godzchild Publications), by Torrino T. Travis (J.D. ’03) , dissects and provides solutions for recruitment, assimilation and...

Don’t Eat the Baby: Characteristics of a Cannibalistic Church

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