Synopses & Reviews
The terrorist attack on America on September 11, 2001, and the American government's swiftly declared and presently global ""War on Terrorism"" receive commentary from a Black perspective. This volume of 22 essays, compiled and edited by entrepreneur and social commentator Dr. Julianne A. Malveaux and social service and community activist Reginna M. Green, reperesents voices from diverse age groups, religions, and social strata.
This volume of 22 essays, compiled and edited by entrepreneur and social commentator Dr. Julianne A. Malveaux and social service and community activist Reginna M. Green.
About the Author
Julianne A. Malveaux is a Washington-based author, economist, and media commentator. She is president and CEO of Last Word Productions, Inc., a multimedia production company. Dr. Malveaux's works have appeared in ""When Race Becomes Reality,"" edited by Bernestine Singley (Lawrence Hill Books, 2002) and ""Race and Resistance,"" edited by Herb Boyd (South End Press, 2002). She is the coauthor of ""Unfinished Business: A Democrat and a Republican Take on the 10 Most Important Issues Women Face"" (Perigee Books, 2002). Reginna M. Green is a writer with a long history of work with social service programs and community activism. A native of South Carolina and a graduate of the University of South Carolina, she is a Research Associate at Last Word Productions, Inc. She lives in Blythewood, South Carolina.