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Pascal Marco: Identity: Lost

It's July, 1975 and an overworked Chicago police force receives a call that an 85-year-old white man has been attacked by a gang of black youths on the lakefront in Burnham Park. Amid public outrage, contentious Mayor Richard J. Daley commands his police to find the killers fast and make the bucolic park safe again.

Donna Aza Weir-Soley is an Associate Professor of English, African & African Diaspora Studies and Women's Studies at Florida International University in Miami.  A recipient of the Woodrow Wilson Career Enhancement Fellowship, she is the author of First Rain; Eroticism, Spirituality and Resistance.

Debrah Willis
Posing Beauty:  African American Images from the 1890s to Present  draws on Deborah Willis's 10 years of research and photos from archives, galleries, phographers, friends, and family. 

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