by Corliss Jean Furbert (DDS ’85) and Amanda Jean Furbert
Now your kids can learn what “halitosis” and other dental terminology means in this illustrated alphabet book.
by Rev. Terrlyn L. Curry Avery, PhD (BS ’88)
A strategic approach to examine racial narratives and focus on moving past symbolic gestures and towards achieving racial equality.
by David Washington (MA ’73)
This 100+ sonnet sequence verse drama is a semi-autobiographical allegory of the romance and marriage between the right and left hemispheres of the brain.
by Devyn Bakewell (BA ’21)
This sequel to her first novel, “Greater Love,” follows two HBCU students and couple, Ryan and Devyn, as their relationship is put to the test with family, career opportunities, and a summer apart.
by Ashley Pugh (BS ’07)
Egrets, etouffee, alligators, trumpets? Beignets and king cake galore! School of Education graduate Pugh helps early readers explore Louisiana's unique culture with fun vocabulary.
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