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Impact Personal Portraits of Activism wins new award

Impact Personal Portraits of Activism, edited stories by Michelle Duster and Trina Sotira has won another award. Erin Goseer Mitchell wrote a story included in this book.

We also offer everyone the opportunity to purchase copies of the book with the new cover at a discounted rate of 

For US addresses - $13.00 for each book which includes shipping and handling

For non-US addresses - $13.00 for each book + $15 for shipping and handling

We will take orders for the books until May 31st and mail all books within the first two weeks of June.

Born Colored and From Black to Colored carried globally in colleges, universities, and city libraries

Born Colored and From Black to Colored are now carried globally in over 64 public libraries, universities, and colleges.

"From Colored to Black is another fantastic Erin Mitchell memoir"

Retired school teacher Erin Goseer Mitchell, 81, has written her second book of memoirs, which explores her migration from Georgia to Chicago, as a young educator and newlywed.

"On race and friendship" by Tim Anderson

I consider myself fortunate to have met Erin Goseer Mitchell 20 years ago. Erin grew up in Fitzgerald. Her parents, Stanley and Mable Goseer, were respected educators in the community. Mr. Goseer was the principal of Monitor Elementary and High School for many years. I didn’t know him, but I met Mable Goseer soon after coming to work here at the newspaper, and she was a gracious southern lady.

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