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Monica Davis is an Indiana-based marketing specialist, author, radio personality, columnist and public speaker. She specializes in economic, history and public policy issues and has written articles on land loss, bank failure, institutional corruption/document deception, environmental justice and alternative energy. She is the author of six books and is published in Great Britain, Canada, the U.S. and India. Home schoolers in New Zealand have used her articles as teaching tools. Ms. Davis has given presentations on land lynching and the farm catastrophe at churches, museums and universities. She publishes regularly on Opednews,Indybay, Buzzflash,and Sfbayview. Her articles are used as primary research material by researchers and have been read into the Congressional Record in land loss hearings. She has been interviewed by numerous bloggers, radio and television journalists, including:
Black Men Screaming TV
Dr. Wilmer J. Leon, III on XM radio
Radio stations in NYC, New Orleans
Her articles have been read into the Congressional Record and used as the basis for interviews by other reporters. She is available for speaking engagements.
Her books are available on Amazon. Her latest book, published in September is The Forever Dream: Making Social Activism Work
Other books include:
Land, Legacy and Lynching: Building the Future of Black America
(3 comments) SHARE Saturday, April 17, 2010 Black farmers try new tactics against weapons of mass foreclosure
A new generation of black farmers has learned a lesson. Instead of joining the legions of black farmers who put their hopes in class action lawsuits, and were reportedly sold out by insiders, and non-licensed individuals, who masqueraded as attorneys, today's more legally sophisticated black farmers are fighting back with budget-busting lawsuits on an individual basis.
They are also taking their plight to the world stage.