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by Hannibal B. Johnson
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Literature & Fiction
  • Author:
    Hannibal B. Johnson
  • ISBN:
    1571680993
  • ISBN13:
    978-1571680990
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  • Publisher:
    Eakin Pr (January 31, 2006)
  • Pages:
    96 pages
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    Literature & Fiction
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All-American Town; IncogNegro-Poetic Reflections on Race & Diversity in America; Apartheid in Indian Country?: Seeing Red Over Black Disenfranchisement and The Sawners of Chandler.

All-American Town; IncogNegro-Poetic Reflections on Race & Diversity in America; Apartheid in Indian Country?: Seeing Red Over Black Disenfranchisement and The Sawners of Chandler: A Pioneering Power Couple in Pre-Civil Rights Oklahoma. Johnson’s play, Big Mama Speaks-A Tulsa Race Riot Survivor’s Story, has been performed at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, Philbrook Museum of Art, and at the Just Governance for Human Security Conference in Caux, Switzerland. Big Mama was selected for the 2011 National Black Theatre Festival in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

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No Place Like Home is a thriller novel written by Mary Higgins Clark and published in 2005. The story starts with 10-year-old Liza Barton accidentally shooting and killing her mother and shooting and injuring her stepfather Ted. She is acquitted of the crime and is later adopted by some distant relatives. Twenty-four years later, the story picks up with Liza determined to bury her past. She has changed her name to Celia Foster and married Alex Nolan after her first husband Larry's death

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All-American Prophet Lyrics. You all know the Bible Is made of Testaments Old and New You've been told it's just those two parts Or only one, if you're a Jew But what if I were to tell you There's a fresh third part out there? That was found by a hip, new prophet Who had a little Donny Osmond flair. Joseph took the plates home And wrote down what he found inside He turned those plates into a book Then rushed into town and cried.

This story, set in 1920, revolves around Charles "Charlie" Jackson, a twelve-and-a-half-year-old from Boley, Oklahoma, one of Americas best-known all-black towns. Today Boley, once a thriving black mecca, is smaller and more subdued. Still, significant historical footprints line her streets and alleys.