Contents: Ellesia Blaque: Black Ink: Writing Black Power with the Words of David Walker, Ida B. Wells, and Malcolm X – Marietta
Dooley/Louis Rodriquez: Frederick Douglass, Digital Initiatives, and the Democratization of Research – Linda McMillan/MaryAnn
O’Neil: Literacy and Social Equity – Randy Kaplan: Of Swimming, Computers, and Race: Lessons Learned from the History of Swimming
and the Relevance to Computing and Computer Science – Meredith Holladay: Religion, Race, and American History – C. James Trotman:
Frederick Douglass’s Spirituality – Louis Rodriquez: Frederick Douglass and Latino Immigration – S. Pascale Dewey: Aspects
of Sisterhood and Slavery: Transatlantic Anti-slavery Activism and Women’s Rights – Denise Darrah: Frederick Douglass, Supporter
of Equal Rights for All People – Carol Watson: Linguistics and Social Justice in Public Schools – Maria Sanelli/Nathaniel
Williams: Frederick Douglass: Words of Wisdom for All Centuries.