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Carol Ruth Silver practiced law for 50 years in California, then retired and entered onto her next careers: She was appointed in 2015 to the Board of Trustees, Dharma Realm Buddhist University, Mendocino, California. Her book, Freedom Rider Diary: Smuggled Notes from Parchman Prison, was published by University Press of Mississippi, and was the Winner in 2014 of the Eudora Welty Book Award. She continues as a Speaker for Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP), seeking reform of mass incarceration created by non-violent drug arrests. She is a former Elected Official, having served three terms on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. She was the founder of the Chinese American International School (CAIS), San Francisco, and most recently co-founded three educational efforts to bring education to girls and women in Afghanistan, including Wind of Hope: Montessori-Inspired home-based pre-school, in Ghazni, Afghanistan. Carol attended the University of Chicago, BA, JD and was a Fellow at Harvard’s JFK School of Government, Institute of Politics. She was a Freedom Rider, incarcerated in Jackson, Mississippi, 1961.
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He is the author or editor of fifteen books and over three hundred articles and book reviews. Sherman, A Soldier’s Passion for Order was a finalist for the 1993 Lincoln Prize and won non-fiction awards from the Mississippi Library Association and the Ohioiana Library Association. His first book Court Martial, A Black Man in America was made into a Showtime motion picture and reissued as a paperback under the new title Assault at West Point. President Bill Clinton presented the family of the wronged black West Point cadet a posthumous U.S. Army commission during a White House ceremony. Along with Charles D. Lowery, he edited The Encyclopedia of African American Civil Rights, which the Library Journal named one of the best reference books of 1992. Three of his books (Sherman, A Soldier’s Passion for Order, The Petticoat Affair: Manners, Mutiny, and Sex in Andrew Jackson’s White House, and Commander of All Lincoln’s Armies, A Life of General Henry W. Halleck) have been History Book Club Selections. His latest books are The Best Writings of Ulysses S. Grant (2015) which won a writing award from the U.S. Army Foundation, Lincoln and the Military (2014) and A Black Congressman in the Age of Jim Crow, South Carolina’s George Washington Murray (2006). He continues to lecture widely throughout the nation and has appeared on the major television networks. He serves on the board of advisors of the Lincoln Forum and the Lincoln Prize. Canisius College named him a distinguished alumnus; he received the Richard Wright Literary Award for life time achievement by a Mississippi author, and the Mississippi Historical Society presented him its highest award, the B.L.C. Wailes Award for national distinction in history. His graduate students published a book in his honor entitled Of Times and Race: Essays Inspired by John F. Marszalek, 2013.