China has completed the
six-year process of researching, working with the community in East Texas
Love Cemetery: Unburying the Secret History of Slaves (formerly titled The
Keepers of Love), The book has now been published through
HarperSanFrancisco. To read more about it visit ChinaGalland.com.
China has also written the
new introduction to
Darkness with a newly designed cover which has been published through Penguin. To order one from Penguin [click here], from Amazon [click here], or go to your nearest local bookstore.
Are you interested in a 2009
Black Madonna Study Group?
China Galland and Catlyn Fendler
Admission by phone interview only. Tuition:
email or call
During the last few months
China's continued to be a long-distance member of the steering committee of
the emerging Alliance for Truth and Racial Reconciliation. ATRR is being
sponsored by the University of Mississippi's
William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation.
China looks forward to
sending out more news of the many essential work being done by friends here
and abroad such as Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grimm of the
Forum on Religion
and Ecology, who have accepted an appointment at Yale's School of
Forestry, to give one example.
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