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New York college professor Joni Schwartz and her daughter Rebecca Schwartz are on a mission to shed light on why racism is such a big problem in our society. Prof. Schwartz, who is white, adopted Rebecca, who is black, from Haiti when her daughter was nine years old.
While they don’t see race as an issue, a lot of people of course do. They are hoping by sharing their story they can change some minds. They will disuss the content of their book, Learning to Disclose: A Journey of Transracial Adoption, on WAMV-AM in Amherst, Virginia on Monday, Jan. 24 in the Noon hour.
Learn more about the book at JoniSchwartz.com.
Former University of Minnesota basketball coach Pam Borton was interviewed on the StribSports Daily Delivery Podcast with reporter MIchael Rand on Jan. 18. She talked about her new book, The Crooked Rim: Master Your Mindset to Strengthen Your Resilience for Limitless Personal and Professional Excellence, and her new profession. Borton is now working as a business consultant.
It's the latest interview arranged by RMA Publicity for Borton. On Jan. 13, she appeared on FOX 9 Good Day in Minneapolis. The week before her story was featured in The Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal.
Learn more about Pam Borton's business on her company website: Onpointnextlevel.com.
Congratulations to Hudda Ibrahim on the release of her second children's book. Lula Wants to Wear A Badge officially releases on Tues., Jan. 18.
A story about the book appeared in Star Tribune St. Cloud reporter jenny Berg's Jan. 17 newsletter.
Lula Wants to Wear A Badge is the story of a little Muslim girl whose dream of becoming a police officer is crushed when the kids in her first grade class tell her she can't be one. Fortunately, some true heroes step in and save the day. Here is a link to the book's sales page on Amazon.
It is also available direct from the author via her website: HuddaIbrahim.com.
Barbara and Jim Wojcik of White Bear Lake, Minnesota led the January 11 Lunch & Learn event for the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center. Their book, Bud's Jacket, tells the story of Bud's six-month fight for survival after being shot down over Nazi-occupied France during World War II.
Bud was Barbara's uncle, and she uncovered his story with the help of memorabilia he left behind. Learn more about the book at www.budsjacket.com.