The book, My Journey of 45 Years, Teaching African American History in the Home, School, and Community, traces the author’s life as an Educator, Historian, and Community Activist with the goal of sharing little-known facts about the contributions of African Americans to our nation and the world. Much of this history has been excluded from many textbooks. The readers will find this book to be biographical, informative, and historical. The places, events, community projects, and people featured here have contributed to a life-long journey of research and writing. It is the hope of this writer that this book will be used not only as a resource to learn more about the contributions of African Americans, but as an incentive for readers to share their talents, knowledge, and creativity to make a difference in the world.
This is the 13th book in the Eye on History Series of publications designed to educate and inform readers on a variety of topics. For more information go to: www.evamdoyle.com