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Books About Alumni
A. Philip Randolph: : The Religious Journey of an African American Labor Leader by
Publication Date: 2005
A. Philip Randolph, founder of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, was one of the most effective black trade unionists in America. Once known as "the most dangerous black man in America," he was a radical journalist, a labor leader, and a pioneer of civil rights strategies. His protegé Bayard Rustin noted that, "With the exception of W.E.B. Du Bois, he was probably the greatest civil rights leader of the twentieth century until Martin Luther King." Scholarship has traditionally portrayed Randolph as an atheist and anti-religious, his connections to African American religion either ignored or misrepresented. Taylor places Randolph within the context of American religious history and uncovers his complex relationship to African American religion. She demonstrates that Randolph’s religiosity covered a wide spectrum of liberal Protestant beliefs, from a religious humanism on the left, to orthodox theological positions on the right, never straying far from his African Methodist roots.
A. Philip Randolph: a biographical portrait by
Publication Date: 1973
Mr. Randolph and his brother James attended Cookman Institute.
Before His Time: The Untold Story of Harry T. Moore, America's First Civil Rights Martyr by
Publication Date: 1999
Bethune-Cookman College and Beyond: a study of alumni who have received doctoral degrees by
Call Number: B 378.7308996 M6471b 1996
Several copies in Black Collection and also one copy in Archives.
Bethune-Cookman College, 1904-1994 : the answered prayer to a dream by
Publication Date: 1995
Written by alumnus Dr. Sheila Flemming, this book traces the history of the the college from 1904 to 1994.
Bridging the Gap: Continuing the Florida NAACP Legacy of Harry T. Moore by
Publication Date: 2000
Chief Servant: The Life and Leadership of Dr. Oswald P. Bronson, Sr. President of Bethune Cookman College by
Publication Date: 2004
Living a Life of Gratitude: : the wisdom and thought-provoking life philosophy of Dr. Oswald P. Bronson, Sr., a lifelong academic and religious leader who served twenty-nine years as president of Bethune-Cookman College by
Publication Date: 2004
The Joy of the Journey : the Life of Nathaniel L. Davis by
Publication Date: 2006
The Life of Nathaniel L. Davis, alumnus B-CC class of 1949 and Trustee Emeritus of Bethune-Cookman University.
Wise child: Wise woman. The story of Annie Mae McClary Walker by
Publication Date: 1998