Winter 2017

Volume 26, Issue #1

I Need an Assignment

I Need an Assignment (CreateSpace), by Jawanza Phoenix (B.A. ’91; J.D. ’99), is a collection of poems that explores the broken criminal justice system and the people caught in its web. It also...

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Remaking the Democratic Party

Remaking the Democratic Party (University of Michigan Press), by Hanes Walton Jr. (Ph.D. ’67), Pearl K. Ford Dowe (Ph.D. ’03) and Josephine A.V. Allen, discusses the general theory of the native-...

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From the Art of War to Entrepreneurship: All that Glitters is Not Gold

From the Art of War to Entrepreneurship: All that Glitters is Not Gold (Lulu Publishing Services), by Shelton Rhodes, Ph.D. (M.P.A. ’86), provides practical information and resources to potential...

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Forbidden Truth II

Forbidden Truth II: Life After Death (I Am Light), by Deborah Olayinka Almaroof (M.S. ’12) with foreword by Jennifer O. Almaroof (B.S.N. ’08), gives the reader a front-row seat to Deborah...

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Came Again Today

Came Again Today (Trafford), by Debra Ordor (B.S.N. ’87) and Nellie Randy Stanback, is a novel that has 25 chapters of Southern hospitality, hardships and slavery as Big Bill and Neva Dawn’s...

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Vital Signs Are Stable

Vital Signs Are Stable (CreateSpace), by Dr. M. Ruth Swafford (B.A. ’68; M.D. ’79), is a memoir that chronicles Swafford’s journey from abject poverty in the 1950s racist Jim Crow South to...

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