Volume 24, Issue #2

Hezekiah Hawkins performs with Step Afrika! at its 20th Anniversary Home Performance Series at Howard in June.

In many parts of the country, the arts have been one of the first victims on the chopping block whenever there is talk of school budget cuts.

However, people like C. Brian Williams (B.B.A...

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Do the Right Thing: Make Ethics Your Brand (CollinsLegal), by Jeffrey G. Collins (J.D. ’84), is a guide to becoming successful through actions based upon ethics rather than on results.

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Chained in Silence: Black Women and Convict Labor in the New South (The University of North Carolina Press), by Talitha L. LeFlouria (Ph.D. ’09), tells the stories of Black women’s lives after...

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Tensions in the American Dream: Rhetoric, Reverie, or Reality (Temple University Press), by Roderick D. Bush (B.S. ’68) and Melanie E.L. Bush, addresses contemporary issues dealing with the...

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Caribbean Spaces: Escapes from Twilight Zones (University of Illinois Press), by Carole Boyce Davies (M.A. ’75), is both a memoir and scholarly study that examines the nature of...

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50+ Omega Inspired Years: Tracing an Omega Legacy to 1931 (Quander Quality), by Rohulamin Quander (B.A. ’66; J.D. ’69), is a personal memoir detailing the author’s experiences as a member and...

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