One of the key points I try to stress in my book is that, while schools were greatly affected by housing segregation in Rochester, they
RCSD has many schools that could be renamed to connect with and inspire students.
I’m in the final copy-editing stage of the manuscript process.
The Atlantic magazine just published a lengthy piece on Eastman Kodak and Rochester.
A new excerpt of my book just published in the Democrat and Chronicle.
Joyce Rapp, the longtime Lima town historian and my great aunt, died in April at age 96.
Good news for those anxiously awaiting the publication of my book: another author at Cornell University Press, Laura Warren Hill, has just published a book
My book will be titled “Your Children Are Very Greatly in Danger,” after a James Baldwin essay.
I’ll be giving my presentation on the history of housing and education segregation in Rochester twice this week, if you’re interested in watching. First at
Alice Young was the first Black principal in the Rochester City School District.