Winter 2017

Volume 26, Issue #1

Insurrections

Insurrections (University Press of Kentucky), by Rion Amilcar Scott (B.A. ’02), portrays individuals who are growing up and growing old and are daring to make their own choices in the depths of...

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18 Ingredients To Make Daddy

18 Ingredients to Make Daddy (Mascot Books), by Trashina Conner (B.F.A ’11), is a children’s book that follows the unique journey of MJ, a young African-American child, who is trying to combine...

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Why Our Teacher Wears Yellow

Why Our Teacher Wears Yellow (Education That, LLC), by Mark C. Booker (B.S. ’86), Renarda A. Booker and Cypress J. Booker, is a read-aloud book that follows the adventure of seven best school...

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Winners and Losers

Winners & Losers in the American Capitalistic Economy: A Primer (Colmar Publishing), by W. Sherman Rogers (J.D. ’76), is a novel that discusses the issue of economic inequality and the...

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PJ's Shy-Town

PJ’s Shy-Town, by Kim Dulaney and current Howard student Maya Reese (expected B.A. ’19), is a short, rhyming, character-building book about Chicago’s urban community, as imagined through the eyes...

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Howard University's history runs deep. This special edition of Howard Magazine celebrates the University’s 150th Anniversary, featuring historic imagery to represent Howard’s past to present.

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