Will Guzmán (NHC Fellow, 2021–22)
Raymond A. Brown and the Black Power Movement
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Fellowship Work Summary, 2021–22
Will Guzmán drafted one chapter of his work in progress, Raymond A. Brown: Black Power Attorney. He revised and submitted Emmett J. Scott: Power Broker of the Tuskegee Machine, David H. Jackson, Jr. (NCCU), coeditor (Texas Tech University Press, July 2022). He also revised an article tentatively entitled “Ofays, Okay, O’Shea and Àṣẹ: Language, Liberals and Public Sacrifice of Delbert Africa in the Media,” Kaia Niambi Shivers (NYU), coauthor, for THE GRIOT: The Journal of African American Studies (fall 2022). Additionally, he continued to work on “Toad and a Dog Named Frog: The Early Life of James N. Eaton”, for Rattler Nation: A Social History of Florida A&M University to be edited by David H. Jackson, Jr. Finally, he continued work on ‘The Hill’ We Climbed: A History of Prairie View A&M University with William T. Hoston, and resumed editing work on chapters for Florida’s Black Power Movement, coedited by Kenja R. McCray and Kwasi Densu.