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d is for design By Jason Lopez
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This book is about John Mizer from Racine Wisconsin. It discusses his life as a designer. It also talks about the history of the Bauhaus art school and advertising agency Leo Burnett.
In Search of the Crown: Memoir of a Black beauty queen during the Civil Rights Movement - She dared to challenge an unjust system. By Catherine Grace Pope, EdD
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Powerful, Inspirational, Thought-Provoking are words that describe this moving memoir. Catherine’s courage and resilience throughout this book offer hope and encouragement to those on their own... More > personal journey. —Cathy Hughes, Founder and Chairperson, Radio/TV One Inc. After overcoming a near fatal childhood illness, a 19 year old black college student, Catherine Pope, sets her eyes on the 1969 Miss America Crown. While searching for the crown, she finds herself fighting to fulfill her destiny as she encounters strong reactions from both the black and white communities. Her captivating story spans generations, and takes place in Omaha and small, rural towns in then predominately white Nebraska. You will find yourself enthralled and entangled in her story of love, compassion, disappointments, laughter, tears, murder, sexual assault, demonstrations, riots, and brushes with death. This is a spellbinding, compelling, real life, and universal drama that could have happened anywhere in the United States.< Less
In Search of the Crown: Memoir of a Black beauty queen during the Civil Rights Movement - She dared to challenge an unjust system. By Catherine Grace Pope EdD
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Powerful, Inspirational, Thought-Provoking are words that describe this moving memoir. Catherine’s courage and resilience throughout this book offer hope and encouragement to those on their own... More > personal journey. —Cathy Hughes, Founder and Chairperson, Radio/TV One Inc. After overcoming a near fatal childhood illness, a 19 year old black college student, Catherine Pope, sets her eyes on the 1969 Miss America Crown. While searching for the crown, she finds herself fighting to fulfill her destiny as she encounters strong reactions from both the black and white communities. Her captivating story spans generations, and takes place in Omaha and small, rural towns in then predominately white Nebraska. You will find yourself enthralled and entangled in her story of love, compassion, disappointments, laughter, tears, murder, sexual assault, demonstrations, riots, and brushes with death. This is a spellbinding, compelling, real life, and universal drama that could have happened anywhere in the United States.< Less

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