Howard University Galleries & The Works of Grace Halsell
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Howard University Collections in Detail
The Works of Grace Halsell
Howard University owns the copyrights to the works of Grace Halsell. Ms. Halsell was an investigatory journalist and author. She was a pioneer of undercover journalism and documented her experiences in ten books:
Grace Halsell (1969). Soul Sister: The Journal of a White Woman Who Turned Herself Black and Went to Live and Work in Harlem and Mississippi - Halsell dyed her skin and lived as an African American woman during the Civil Rights Movement.
Grace Halsell (1971). Evers: A Biography of Charles Evers - A biography of Civil Rights Movement leader Charles Evers.
Grace Halsell (1972). Black-White Sex - A discussion of the relationship between racism and sexism in American society.
Grace Halsell (1973). Bessie Yellowhair - Halsell's return to undercover journalism, this time as a Navajo.
Grace Halsell (1976). Los Viejos - Halsell's study of centenarians.
Grace Halsell (1978). The Illegals - Halsell's third work of undercover journalism, documenting the experiences of illegal immigrants.
Grace Halsell (1981). Journey to Jerusalem - A document of Halsell's visit to Israel in the 1970's.
Grace Halsell (1986). Prophecy and Politics: The Secret Alliance Between Israel and the U.S. Christian Right - A discussion of Halsell's views on the influence of Israel on conservative American politics.
Grace Halsell (1996). In Their Shoes: A White Woman's Journey Living as a Black, Navajo, and Mexican Illegal - Halsell's autobiography.
Grace Halsell (1999). Forcing God's Hand: Why Millions Pray for a Quick Rapture—and Destruction of Planet Earth - A book documenting Halsell's concerns about the influence of Millennialism on American politics.
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