Katherine Stuart van Wormer, MSSW, Ph.D.,
Van Wormer, who grew up in New Orleans, is a sociologist and professor of social work at the University of Northern Iowa. As a student she was actively involved in two civil rights movements, one in North Carolina and one in Northern Ireland. She is the author or coauthor of 20 books on various aspects of human behavior, criminal justice, and oppression. Visit her website.
David W. Jackson III, M.A., Ph.D.,
Jackson, who was born in Des Moines, Iowa, is assistant professor in the department of African and African-American Studies at Metropolitan State College of Denver. He is co-producer of the oral video history project “African-American Voices of the Cedar Valley.” In 2006, he received the Trio Achiever of the Year award for the State of Iowa.
Charletta Sudduth, MSW, Ed.D.,
Sudduth, who was born in Waterloo, Iowa, is Title I early childhood coordinator for the Waterloo Community School District. She teaches a class in American racial and ethnic studies at the University of Northern Iowa and has delivered several keynote
addresses on educational issues. (Bios proviced by authors.)
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