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Randolph Jackson Links

African-American Judges This article from Quazoo, the online magazine, features Justice Jackson among other African-American judges.

Amazon.com Review and purchase Randolph Jackson's book How to Get a Fair Trial by Jury on this site.

Bed-Stuy Patch Extensive interview with Justice Jackson in 2011, from the Brooklyn-based website, covering his personal, judicial and authorial history.

Christian Storyteller Author website devoted to Christian storytellers. also visit the home page for a weekly pick.

Judgepedia: Randolph Jackson Justice Jackson's biography on Judgepedia.

I Am Black: Translations Justice Jackson's portrait and statement on the I Am Black online project.

Ojun, Oddo & Babat A brief biography on Randolph Jackson at the site of his current law firm.

Our Time Press Extensive interview with Justice Jackson in 2011, from the Brooklyn-based newspaper.

Our Time Press Extensive interview with Justice Jackson in 2011, from the Brooklyn-based newspaper.

People from Bedford–Stuyvesant, Brooklyn This article from Quazoo, the online magazine, features Justice Jackson among other Brooklyn notables.

Wikipedia: Randolph Jackson Justice Jackson's biography on Wikipedia.

Wikipedia: List of Stuyvesant High School People Justice Jackson listed in this article on the notable graduates of Stuyvesant High School.

Literature Links

Black People in the Bible A list of relevant books available on Amazon.

Tonya Bolden Author of many books exploring African-American life and culture.

Lindamichellebaron Poet, edu-tainer, and word magician provides poetry and storytelling for the young and the young at heart.

RoRo's Rainbow Communications is dedicated to bringing encouragement, inspiration and motivation to readers. These are truly "books for the heart and soul."

Nomusa Xaba's memoir is the story of one woman’s artistic and political journey from the tiny village of Robbins, Illinois, to East Africa, and her passage through the Westside of Chicago, the Civil Rights movement, and the Anti-Apartheid struggle on her way.

Art Links

Images & Illuminations Our site developer provides print and web design for the world of art and literature.

Jide Ojo - Afro Fine Arts Jide Ojo is a Nigerian-born American artist, currently based in Brooklyn, NY. He holds a doctorate in Art and Art Education, and exhibits frequently in the New York City area and elsewhere.

Mark Blackshear Photography This accomplished and versatile Brooklyn-based photographer photographed the author for this website.

Vision Carriers Minister and artist Deborah Singletary offers a unique experience on her site devoted to both her ministerial offerings and her artwork.

Ceremonies | The Art of Cheryl Hanna Cheryl Hanna creates dreamlike, elegant and intense collages and paintings. This site presents her work, her biography, a critical essay and an resume.

History and Culture Links

Black History A white man's journey into black history, an eye-opening experience that transcends race.

BlackJesus.com Why does Jesus continue to be portrayed as white, blond and blue-eyed, when there is scientific and biblical proof that he was a man of color with woolly hair?

Maple Sugar Child Celebrating the African-American child.

Theater & Film Links

The Billie Holiday Theatre A gem in the Brooklyn community, offering affordable live theater with African-American themes.

House of Oosaala Productions Independent producer presents film and media exploring the African and African Diaspora experience.

Mama Foundation for the Arts Mama Foundation for the Arts brings gospel, blues, jazz and the R&B arts to Harlem, New York City and the world through musical theater, recordings and education.

Ossie Davis & Ruby Dee  The official site of Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee, the famous husband and wife actors, producers, writers and activists.

Educational Links

African American Student Scholarship Resources Links and resources for African-American students.

Federal Student Aid When it comes to paying for school, you're not alone. Grants, work-study, and low-interest loans help make college affordable

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