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Curator Glenda R. Taylor, Ph.D. (ABD) Associate Curator Mary J. Taylor, M.S. Website Design & Layout Glenda R. Taylor Mary J. Taylor Technician & Troubleshooter Amanda Crews Gallery 1 Music: “Monkoto” (Incompetech.com) Kevin Macleod Photographers Christina Carradona Amanda Crews Glenda R. Taylor Gallery 2 Music: “Savannah” Sketch (Incompetech.com) Kevin Macleod Photographers Christina Carradona Amanda Crews Glenda R. Taylor Gallery 3 Copy Editors Oswald Bunbury, Sr., M.S. Mary J. Taylor, M.S., Music Amanda Crews
Gallery 4 Music: Western Hero” Andy Slatter Artist: Izell Glover Gallery 5 Contributors Marva Allen Jade D. Banks Harriet Collins Janice Dejoie Frances Greer Helen McCoy Gloria Murphy Grace O’Neil Margaree Stewart Anita Vega Glenda R. Taylor Mary J. Taylor Image Technician Anita Vega Music: “Whimsy Groove” (Incompetetch.com) Kevin Macleod Advisors Mohammed Dibassy Sedou Dibassy Chekh Diop Abou Diallo Loree Miltich, Ph.D. Nyabinghi Mousa Olare Shay Taylor
Biographies Glenda R. Taylor is a scholar, poet, author and cultural historian who has an extensive knowledge of African American history and culture. She is currently working on her doctorate degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in American History & Culture. Her dissertation is a study of how Michael Jackson in the tradition of African American artists have used his artistic voice to promote social change. Taylor’s books include: Jalimuso’s Drum, Waves of consciousness, Black America Cried and Blind Light. Mary J. Taylor is a retired administrator from Medgar Evers College of the City University of New York. She received her Associate of Arts degree in Humanities; her Bachelor of Arts degree in English and her Master of Science degree in Counseling. Taylor is the recipient of awards and certificates which include the City University of New York (CUNY) Performance Excellence Award; the Brooklyn College Graduate Student Organization Outstanding Service to the College Community Award; the Fannie Lou Hamer Award; the George Cureton Award; and a special Certificate for Outstanding Achievement from Mayor David Dinkins. Taylor is the co-editor of The Secrets of Success: The Black Man’s Perspective and Truth Beyond Illusion: African American Women 1860s-1950s.