The latest alumni publications.

Reconsidering Roots

Reconsidering Roots: Race, Politics, and Memory (The University of Georgia Press), by Kellie Carter Jackson (B.A. ’04) and Erica L. Ball, is a co-edited volume that examines Alex Haley’s “Roots...

Reconsidering Roots: Race, Politics, and Memory
Journeys of Race, Color and Culture

Journeys of Race, Color, & Culture: From Racial Inequality to Equity & Inclusion (New Dynamics Publications), by Rick Huntley (M.S.W. ’86), Rianna Moore and Carol Pierce, explores people...

Journeys of Race, Color, & Culture: From Racial Inequality to Equity & Inclusion
Invisible No More

Invisible No More: Police Violence Against Black Women and Women of Color (Beacon Press), by Andrea Ritchie (J.D. ’02) seeks to undo the erasure of Black women and women of color from the media...

Invisible No More: Police Violence Against Black Women and Women of Color
Guess Who!

Guess Who! (Page Publishing) by Brenda Edmonds (M.S.W. ’84) is a children’s mystery book that keeps the reader anticipating and full of suspense throughout.

Guess Who!
Faithful to the Task at Hand

Faithful to the Task at Hand (SUNY Press), by Carroll L.L. Miller (B.A. ’29, M.A. ’30) and Anne S. Pruitt-Logan (B.S. ’49), tells the remarkable story of Lucy Diggs Slowe, the first African-......

Faithful to the Task at Hand
Invisible Hawkeyes

Invisible Hawkeyes, by Lena M. Hill (B.A. ’97) and Michael D. Hill (B.A. ’93), takes a collection of individual stories at the University of Iowa and its college town of Iowa City from the 1930s...

Invisible Hawkeyes

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