Largest African-American Book Event in the
FREE ADMISSION TO THE PUBLIC
FOR AUTHOR EXHIBITS/SEMINARS
22-24, 2020 - 13th Anniversary - Houston, Texas
Fallbrook Church - 12512 Walters Rd., Houston, TX 77014
Black Enterprise After the Civil War
Saturday, October 24 @
4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
This seminar will cover the life and times of Warren C. Coleman. It will
cover, from a historical perspective, how some African-Americans
utilized their skills to make a difference. The seminar will discuss
Coleman, Douglass, Wells, Washington and many others. Those who attend
will get a new perspective on the year 1895 and how blacks made a
was born in New York City and currently resides in Concord, N.C. As an
educator, historian, author and mentor, Norman has learned about the
life and times of Warren C. Coleman since 2013. Coleman was a major
unsung player in the transition between Douglass and Washington in 1895.
Norman currently teaches history at Rowan Cabarrus Community College and
he a trustee of the Price Memorial AME Zion church in Concord, NC.
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