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By Pat Rhoads Mauser; Digressions of a Native Son. By Emmett Watson; Zola Helen Ross. Special Award. Louise Meriwether (born May 8, ) is an American novelist, essayist, journalist and activist, as well as a writer of biographies of historically important African Americans for children.
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Read three decades. The series has flourished thanks in large part to the generosity of Lillian and Don Bauder whose endowment supports the evening lecture as well as the Mary Helen Washington Writing Contest in which local high school students respond in.
Winners of the Mary Helen Washington Writing Contest will be recognized as well. Afterwards, students will enjoy lunch and a tour of the Marygrove College campus.Download