Lone Star Legacy: African American History in Texas -           Preserve Your Legacy * Publish Your Story

Lone Star Legacy: Poetry, Prose, and History in Texas
  
Lone Star Legacy details the struggles, existence, and triumphs of trailblazing men and women who have contributed to African-American History throughout Texas.
 
Several memorable incidents have taken place in Texas ranging from 1960 sit-ins led by Texas Southern University students in Houston to Barbara Jordan becoming the First Black woman to serve in the Texas State Senate.
 
Preserve your Legacy by 
Publishing your Story for 
future generations. 
     
             Volume 2 Number 2    
    
Lone Star Legacy welcomes Poetry, Photographs, Interviews, Prose, Essays, and Journalistic Articles that capture extraordinary stories about everyday people and events connected to the great state of Texas. 

Lone Star Legacy is published in print once a year.

 

Featured Contributors Include:

C.O. "Brad" Bradford an Attorney, Public Safety Consultant, and former Chief of Police. He has been a resident of the city of Houston since 1979. 


Melvin B. Tolson Jr., the first African American to earn a Master’s degree at Oklahoma State University and the first full-time African-American faculty member at the University of Oklahoma. Tolson was the son of Melvin B. Tolson Sr., the faculty adviser of the all-black debate team at Wiley College in Texas.   
                                                    Denzel Washington played the   
                                                    elder Tolson in the movie, The  
                                                    Great Debaters.

      Delicia Daniels, M.F.A
            Editor in Chief
 
 
   
 



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