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.
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Lone Star Legacy welcomes Poetry, Photographs, Interviews, Prose, Essays, and Non-Fiction entries that capture extraordinary stories about everyday people and events connected to the great state of Texas.
Lone Star Legacy is published once a year.
Lone Star Legacy: Poetry, Prose, and History
In Texas - Issue Two- Coming Soon!!
Feature 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
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Delicia Daniels, M.F.A
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