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Confederate Statues and 21st Century Race Relations

(December 17, 2017) Provided below is an interview with Johnny C. Taylor who was the CEO of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund—a charitable organization supporting historically black colleges and universities—during the past seven years. Justice Marshall, for example, graduated from Howard University, which was founded in 1867 by former Union General O. O. Howard who was also the university’s president for five years from 1869 – 1874.

Mr. Taylor’s remarks about Confederate Monuments start at the twenty-three minute and fifteen second mark.


Presently Amazon and Barnes & Noble Online are out-of-stock of my latest book, Southern Reconstruction. Although my publisher has ordered a second printing, the production run will not be completed before Christmas.

Meanwhile, some physical Barnes & Noble stores do have them in stock. Go to this link, and click on the “Want it today? Check Store Availability,” which is in small print to the right of the picture cover. The link will prompt you to enter your zip code and afterward display a list of stores nearby and will also indicate which ones have Southern Reconstruction in stock. Some other independent physical stores may also have the title in stock.

My Amazon Author Page