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The Command to Look : A Master Photographers Method for Controlling the Human Gaze. by Mortensen, William(DLC)1685579; Dunham, George.; Moynihan, Michael.; Lytle, Larry.;
Table of Contents -- The Story of The Command to Look by Larry Lytle -- The Command to Look by William Mortensen and George Dunham -- Foreword -- 1. Personal Questions -- 2. Personal History: Origin of the Formula -- 3. The Pictorial Imperative -- 4. Analysis of the Impact -- 5. Subject Interest: Sex, Sentiment and Wonder -- 6. You and the Picture -- 7. Putting the Formula to Work -- 8. Preface to the Pictures -- 55 Salon Prints with Comments -- Infernal Impact: The Command to Look as a Formula for Satanic Success by Michael Moynihan.William Mortensen's irreverent and revolutionary book on photography and psychology is available again after a sixty-five-year banishment.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Star wars. [videorecording] / by Lucas, George,1944-(SAGE)2099059; Marquand, Richard.(SAGE)1966858; Kasdan, Lawrence,1949-(SAGE)1717292; Kershner, Irvin.(SAGE)1966851; Kazanjian, Howard.(SAGE)1966131; Hume, Alan,1924-2010.(SAGE)1940476; Hamill, Mark.(SAGE)1710613; Ford, Harrison,1942-(SAGE)1767257; Fisher, Carrie.(SAGE)1793088; Williams, Billy Dee,1937-(SAGE)1847168; Daniels, Anthony.(SAGE)1866064; Mayhew, Peter,1944-; Shaw, Sebastian,1905-1994.(SAGE)1942265; McDiarmid, Ian.(SAGE)1977356; Oz, Frank.(SAGE)1693505; Jones, James Earl.(SAGE)1756287; Prowse, Dave,1935-(SAGE)1939035; Guinness, Alec,1914-2000.(SAGE)1756780; Baker, Kenny,1934-2016.(SAGE)1961394; Lawson, Denis.(SAGE)1967991; Williams, John,1932-(SAGE)1704425; Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation.(SAGE)1662171; Lucasfilm, Ltd.(SAGE)1720550; Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc.(SAGE)1947511;
DVD; NTSC, region 1; full screen (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby Digital 5.1 or 2.0 surround; THX.Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Billy Dee Williams, Anthony Daniels, Peter Mayhew, Sebastian Shaw, Ian McDiarmid, Frank Oz, James Earl Jones, David Prowse, Alec Guinness, Kenny Baker, Denis Lawson.Co-producers, Robert Watts, Jim Bloom ; production designer, Norman Reynolds ; edited by Sean Barton, Marcia Lucas, Duwayne Dunham ; visual effects, Richard Edlund, Dennis Muren, Ken Ralston ; costume designers, Aggie Guerard Rodgers, Nilo Rodis-Jamero ; mechanical effects supervision, Kit West ; make-up and creature design, Phil Tippett, Stuart Freeborn ; sound design, Ben Burtt ; music by John Williams ; art directors, Fred Hole, James Schoppe ; set decorators, Michael Ford, Harry Lange ; music performed by the London Symphony Orchestra.MPAA rating: PG, for sci-fi action violence.As the rebel leaders map their strategy for an attack on the Emperor's new Death Star, Han Solo remains frozen and imprisoned in the desert fortress of Jabba the Hutt, who is also keeping Princess Leia as a slave. Meanwhile, Luke Skywalker, now a master of The Force, rescues his friends but cannot become a true Jedi Knight until he wages his own crucial battle against his evil father, Darth Vader, who has sworn to win him over to the Dark Side.Academy Awards, USA, 1984: Special Achievement Award for Visual Effects; 4 nominations, Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Best Effects, Sound Effects Editing, Best Music, Original Score (John Williams), Best Sound. Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA, 1984: won 5, Best Actor (Mark Hamill), Best Costumes, Best Make-Up, Best Science Fiction Film, Best Special Effects; 5 nominations, Best Actress (Carrie Fisher) Best Director (Richard Marquand), Best Music (Williams), Best Supporting Actor (Billy Dee Williams), Best Writing.
Subjects: Feature films.; Science fiction films.; Action and adventure films.; Video recordings for the hearing impaired.; Video recordings for people with visual disabilities.; Video recordings with French language options.; Video recordings with Spanish language options.; Skywalker, Luke (Fictitious character); Organa, Leia (Fictitious character); Solo, Han (Fictitious character); Vader, Darth (Fictitious character); Life on other planets; Space warfare; Good and evil;
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We Believe [electronic resource] : 30 Days to Understanding Our Heritage by Watts, Jack.(DLC)1887562; Dunham, David.(DLC)1805500;
Cover; Contents; Preface; Introduction; Day One: "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death,"; Day Two: The Star-Spangled Banner; Day Three: The Declaration of Independence; Day Four: President John F. Kennedy's Inaugural Address; Day Five: Benjamin Franklin's Speech before the Constitutional Convention; Day Six: The Truman Doctrine; Day Seven: Federalist No. 10, Part One; Day Eight: Federalist No. 10, Part Two; Day Nine: 'I have a dream,'; Day Ten: Federalist No. 51; Day Eleven: President Woodrow Wilson's 'Fourteen Points'; Day Twelve: The United States Constitution, Part OneDay Thirteen: The United States Constitution, Part TwoDay Fourteen: The Gettysburg Address; The Emancipation Proclamation; Day Fifteen: The Bill of Rights; Day Sixteen: "The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro,"; Day Seventeen: President George Washington's Farewell Address, Part One; Day Eighteen: President George Washington's Farewell Address, Part Two; Day Nineteen: President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's "Infamy Speech"; General Dwight D. Eisenhower's "Order of the Day"; Day Twenty: A Letter from Paul Revere to Corresponding Secretary, Jeremy BelknapDay Twenty-One: Brown v. Board of EducationDay Twenty-Two: The Monroe Doctrine; Day Twenty-Three: Marbury v. Madison; Day Twenty-Four: President Abraham Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address; Day Twenty-Five: President Andrew Jackson's Farewell Address; Day Twenty-Six: President Ronald Reagan's Remarks on the 40th Anniversary of D-Day; Day Twenty-Seven: McCulloch v. Maryland; Day Twenty-Eight: "The Strenuous Life,"; Day Twenty-Nine: Booker T. Washington's Atlanta Compromise Speech; Day Thirty: Quotations about America; Conclusion; AppendixWe Believe is the most definitive book to understanding our American heritage. It is designed to be a quick and easy way for Americans to understand what we, as a nation, believe and the core values upon which our great country was built and continues to thrive on. It is a powerful 30-day tutorial to understanding what our Founding Fathers believed, coupled with the erudite wisdom from subsequent generations, in the hopes of making us all better-informed Americans. Readers are taken on an historical journey from the Declaration of Independence to the Constitution to the Bill of Rights to the w
Subjects: Electronic books.; Political science -- History.; Political science -- United States.; United States -- History.;
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Worn in New York : 68 Sartorial Memoirs of the City. by Spivack, Emily.;
"Title Page" -- "Dedication" -- "Contents" -- "Introduction" -- "Adam Horovitz" -- "Alicia Van Couvering" -- "Amy Heckerling" -- "Andre Royo" -- "Andrew Lampert" -- "Anna Sui" -- "Ariel Churnin" -- "Aubrey Plaza" -- "Aya Kanai" -- "Barbara Hanson Treen" -- "Beauregard Houston-Montgomery" -- "Ben Bostic" -- "Benjamin Liu" -- "Betty Halbreich" -- "Billy Gonzalez" -- "Brenda Berkman" -- "Catherine Opie" -- "Coco Rocha" -- "David Barton" -- "Deborah Berke" -- "Dick Cavett" -- "Donna Drake" -- "Eileen Myles" -- "Elizabeth Marie Rivera" -- "Elizabeth Sweetheart" -- "Emily Spivack" -- "Ernie Glam" -- "Fab 5 Freddy" -- "Frances Goldin" -- "Gail Oldfield" -- "Gay Talese" -- "Genesis Breyer P-Orridge" -- "George Hirsch" -- "Gerard Meade" -- "Janette Beckman" -- "Jd Samson" -- "Jenji Kohan" -- "Jenna Lyons" -- "Jim Walrod" -- "Joshua Stokes" -- "Kimberly Drew" -- "Kitten Natividad" -- "Kyp Malone" -- "Lena Dunham" -- "Levonda Brown" -- "Lisa Bonanni" -- "Mark Jacobson" -- "Marty Markowitz" -- "Matt Caprioli" -- "Mel Shimkovitz" -- "Michaela Angela Davis" -- "Mike Massimino" -- "Mirah Zeitlyn" -- "Nick Haramis" -- "Nile Rodgers" -- "Patricia Bath" -- "Patricia Talisse" -- "Pee Wee Kirkland" -- "Ray Goodman" -- "Roseann Palmieri" -- "Ruth Finley" -- "Shoham Arad" -- "Tauno Biltsted" -- "Thelma Golden" -- "Timothy Greenfield-Sanders" -- "Trenâness Woods-Black" -- "William Helmreich" -- "Wilson Tang" -- "Acknowledgments".Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Looking at Contemporary Dance [electronic resource] : A Guide for the Internet Age by Nadel, Myron.;
""Cover""; ""Copyright""; ""Dedication""; ""Contents""; ""Acknowledgements""; ""Note""; ""Introduction""; ""Chapter One • Moving into the 20th Century: 1811â€?1900""; ""FranÃois Delsarte""; ""Ã?mile Jaques-Dalcroze""; ""Rudolf Laban""; ""Loïe Fuller""; ""Serge Diaghilev""; ""Isadora Duncan""; ""Ruth St. Denis and Ted Shawn""; ""Michel Fokine""; ""Mary Wigman""; ""Vaslav Nijinsky""; ""Asadata Dafora""; ""Michio Ito""; ""Hanya Holm""; ""Martha Graham and Louis Horst""; ""The Eraâ€?s Influences: Philosophical, Psychological and Sociological""; ""Doris Humphrey""; ""Léonide Massine""""Chapter Two • The 20th Century: 1900 to 1910""""George Balanchine""; ""Frederick Ashton""; ""Kurt Jooss""; ""Agnes de Mille and Antony Tudor""; ""José Limón""; ""Birgit Cullberg""; ""Erick Hawkins""; ""Katherine Dunham""; ""Chapter Three • 1910 to 1920""; ""Anna Sokolow""; ""Alwin Nikolais""; ""Sophie Maslow""; ""Fresh Approaches to the Same Music""; ""The Rite of Spring""; ""Jerome Robbins""; ""Merce Cunningham""; ""Pearl Primus""; ""Chapter Four • 1920 to 1930""; ""Anna Halprin""; ""Gerald Arpino and Robert Joffrey""; ""Roland Petit""; ""Glen Tetley""; ""Maurice Béjart""""Chapter Five • 1930 to 1940""""Donald McKayle""; ""Paul Taylor""; ""Alvin Ailey""; ""New Dance Group""; ""The 92nd Street Y (New York)""; ""Trisha Brown""; ""Chapter Six • 1940 to 1950""; ""Garth Fagan""; ""Pina Bausch""; ""Twyla Tharp""; ""Meredith Monk""; ""Carolyn Carlson""; ""Lar Lubovitch""; ""Mats Ek""; ""Laura Dean""; ""Butoh""; ""Ulysses Dove""; ""Jir.í Kylián""; ""Richard Alston""; ""William Forsythe""; ""Chapter Seven • 1950 to 1960""; ""Elizabeth Streb""; ""Siobhan Davies""; ""Bill T. Jones""; ""Ohad Naharin""; ""Karole Armitage""; ""Meryl Tankard""; ""James Kudelka""""Stephen Petronio""""Mark Morris""; ""Nacho Duato""; ""Angelin Preljocaj""; ""Claude Brumachon""; ""David Parsons""; ""Dance Funding""; ""Chapter Eight • 1960 to 1970""; ""Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker""; ""Philippe Decouflé""; ""Michael Clark""; ""Postmodern Dance""; ""Contemporary Technique i""; ""Tero Saarinen""; ""Sylvie Guillem""; ""Lightfoot León""; ""Dance Theater Workshop / New York Live Arts""; ""Mia Michaels""; ""Helen Pickett""; ""Shen Wei""; ""Alexei Ratmansky""; ""Pam Tanowitz""; ""Trey McIntyre""; ""Chapter Nine • 1970 to 1980""; ""Wayne McGregor""; ""Santee Smith""""Pilobolus""""Two Dance Spaces: The Kitchen and The Yard""; ""Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan""; ""Christopher Wheeldon""; ""Robert Battle""; ""Danspace Project""; ""Akram Khan""; ""Hofesh Shechter""; ""Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui / Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet""; ""Sonya Tayeh""; ""Kyle Abraham""; ""Hubbard Street Dance Chicago""; ""Dance Umbrella""; ""River North Chicago Dance Company""; ""Chapter Ten • The 1980s and 1990s""; ""Contemporary Technique ii""; ""Brooklyn Academy of Music""; ""The Joyce Theatre""; ""Alonzo King LINES Ballet""; ""Lyon Dance Biennale""""Joanna Haigoodâ€?s Zacco Dance Theatre""
Subjects: Electronic books.; Dancers -- Biography.; Modern dance -- History.; Modern dance -- Video catalogs.;
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The 100 Most Influential Entertainers of All Time : by Forte, Virginia.(DLC)1619557; Steinberg, Jacob.;
Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Introduction -- Lillie Langtry -- Albert Chevalier -- Cecil B. DeMille -- Sophie Tucker -- Charlie Chaplin -- Fritz Lang -- Mary Pickford -- Harold Lloyd -- Rudolph Valentino -- The Gershwins -- Fred Astaire -- Sir Alfred Hitchcock -- Humphrey Bogart -- Clark Gable -- Bing Crosby -- Cary Grant -- Katharine Hepburn -- John Wayne -- Kurosawa Akira -- Lucille Ball -- Gene Kelly -- Orson Welles -- Ingrid Bergman -- Ingmar Bergman -- Federico Fellini -- Satyajit Ray -- Judy Garland -- Marlon Brando -- Paul Newman -- Johnny Carson -- Sammy Davis, Jr. -- Marilyn Monroe -- Mel Brooks -- Sidney Poitier -- Stanley Kubrick -- Alejandro Jodorowsky -- Audrey Hepburn -- John Cassavetes -- Clint Eastwood -- Sir Sean Connery -- Jean-Luc Godard -- James Dean -- Dame Elizabeth Taylor -- Carol Burnett -- Joan Rivers -- Jack Nicholson -- George Carlin -- Morgan Freeman -- Dustin Hoffman -- Sir Anthony Hopkins -- Francis Ford Coppola -- Al Pacino -- Bruce Lee -- Richard Pryor -- Nora Ephron -- Barbra Streisand -- Martin Scorsese -- Robert De Niro -- George Lucas -- Steve Martin -- David Lynch -- Steven Spielberg -- David Letterman -- Larry David -- Andrew Lloyd Webber -- Meryl Streep -- Pedro AlmodoÅLvar -- Bill Murray -- Robin Williams -- Kathryn Bigelow -- Roseanne Barr -- Jerry Seinfeld -- James Cameron -- Denzel Washington -- Nathan Lane -- Tom Hanks -- Spike Lee -- Daniel Day-Lewis -- Ellen DeGeneres -- Madonna -- Tim Burton -- Michael Jackson -- Eddie Murphy -- George Clooney -- Jim Carrey -- Jon Stewart -- Quentin Tarantino -- Brad Pitt -- Stephen Colbert -- Chris Rock -- Will Ferrell -- Louis C.K. -- Tina Fey -- Christopher Nolan -- Dave Chappelle -- Jimmy Fallon -- Angelina Jolie -- Justin Timberlake -- Beyoncé -- Lena Dunham -- Glossary -- For Further Reading -- Index.The life of an entertainer goes beyond the technical training of vocalists or hours spent in the acting studio perfecting dramatic techniques. Entertainment is about holding an audience's attention, and with modern media, the bar is constantly being raised for what will captivate audiences. This collection of biographies details one hundred of the most influential entertainers of all time. It includes the best-known actors, comedians, directors, and musicians who have kept audiences tuned in and have constantly pushed the limits of entertainment. Its blend of iconic figures and the most popular entertainers of today gives it instant appeal with young adults.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Dundurn Korean War Library Bundle [electronic resource] : Fighting Words / Korea / Triumph at Kapyong / Deadlock in Korea / Cross-Border Warriors by Gaffen, Fred.; Bjarnason, Dan.; Barris, Ted.(SAGE)1694643; Bourrie, Mark.; Melady, John.(SAGE)1730311;
Cover; Triumph at Kapyong; Introduction; Canada Is Not Sir Galahad; Jack James's Scoop; A Citizen's Army Goes to War; Death in the Snow; The Battle Begins: "Let the Bastards Come!"; Just a Wonderful Group of Men; Whatever Happened to ...; Decorations Won at Kapyong; Killed in Action at Kapyong; Deadlock in Korea : Canadians at War, 1950-1953; Introduction; THE WAR THAT WASN'T; SPECIAL FORCE; A GALLON OF SWEAT; LAND OF THE MORNING CALM; BLOODING OF THE BRIGADE; GOD KEEP ME FROM HEROES; THE IRREMOVABLE DIGIT; AN UNHOLY MESS; IN THE KILLING ZONE; A BIT OF HOME; THE LAST STATISTICTHE OTHER SIDE OF THE HILLTHE WAR THAT HISTORY FORGOT; Korea Canada's Forgotten War; Prologue; LAND OF THE MORNING CALM; ATTACK ON THE 38TH; THE FALL OF SEOUL; CANADA SIGNS UP; THE VOYAGE TO KOREA; A WILDERNESS OF HILLS; KAPYONG; MACARTHUR: A CAESAR'S FALL; NORTH FROM PUSAN; THE GREAT IMPOSTER; NORTH STARS VS. MIGS; "MISSING - PRESUMED DEAD"; "BLOOD ON THE HILLS"; INSURRECTION AT KOJE; THE GUNS FALL SILENT; EPILOGUE; Appendix A; Appendix B; Appendix C; Appendix D; Appendix E; FIGHTING WORDS Canada's Best War Reporting; Introduction; First Contact; The Conquest of CanadaNew Enemies: The AmericansThe Rebellions and Invasions of 1837-1838; The Fenian Raids; The Northwest Resistance; The Second Boer War; The First World War; The Second World War; The Korean War; Peacekeeping and Peacemaking; The First Gulf War; Afghanistan; Cross-Border Warriors; PREFACE; PART ONE From the American Civil War until the Second World War; INTRODUCTION; THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR; TURN OF THE CENTURY; THE FIRST WORLD WAR, 1914-1918; AMERICANS IN THE CANADIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE; BRITISH AND CANADIAN RECRUITING MISSION; THE BRITISH AIR SERVICES; VICTORIA CROSSES WON BY AMERICANSBETWEEN THE WARSPART TWO The Second World War, 1939-1945; INTRODUCTION; PATTERNS OF ENLISTMENT; AIR FORCE ENLISTMENTS; RECIPROCAL INDUCTION AGREEMENT; THE EAGLE SQUADRONS; THE PILOT POET; SEVERAL NOTABLE AMERICANS; FERRY COMMAND; AIR TRANSPORT AUXILIARY; NAVY; NEWFOUNDLAND; SECOND WORLD WAR EXPERIENCES; RICHARD DUNHAM; PART THREE From Korea and Vietnam to the Persian Gulf; THE KOREAN WAR, 1950-1953; KOREAN WAR EXPERIENCES; FRANK CASSIDY; VIETNAM; POWS IN VIETNAM; VIETNAM WAR EXPERIENCES; GEORGE ODOM; THE GULF WAR; GULF WAR EXPERIENCES; CONCLUSION; APPENDIX A; CIVIL WAR; INDIAN CAMPAIGNSINTERIM 1871-1898SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR; MEXICAN CAMPAIGN (Vera Cruz); SECOND WORLD WAR; KOREA; VIETNAM; APPENDIX B; VIETNAM VETERANS MEMORIAL; APPENDIX C; APPENDIX D; NOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; PRIMARY SOURCES; SECONDARY SOURCES This ebook bundle contains five books that chronicle Canada's participation in the conflict that gripped the Korean peninsula from 1950-53 and resulted in two very different nations that remain at odds today. Canadian soldiers did their part and many sacrificed their lives for the democratic cause.
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African-american Heroes & Heroines : 150 True Stories of African-American Heroism. by Monte, Kathryn I. Bel.;
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Foreword -- Preface by Seymour "Sy" Brody -- Introduction -- 1 Henry "Hank" Aaron: Baseball Player -- 2 Abraham: Diplomat, Interpreter -- 3 Alvin Ailey: Dancer, Choreographer -- 4 The Tuskegee Airmen: World War II Bombardment Group -- 5 Ira Frederick Aldridge: Actor -- 6 Muhammad Ali: Prize Fighter -- 7 Richard Allen: Church Founder, Bishop -- 8 Bishop Barbara Amos: Evangelist -- 9 Caroline Virginia Anderson: Physician -- 10 Marian Anderson: Opera Singer -- 11 Russell L. Anderson: Physician -- 12 Maya Angelou: Poet, Educator, Actress, Director -- 13 Louis Armstrong: Jazz Musician -- 14 Arthur Robert Ashe, Jr.: Tennis Champion -- 15 Crispus Attucks: Freedom Martyr -- 16 Josephine Baker: Dancer, Humanitarian -- 17 James Baldwin: Essayist, Novelist, Playwright -- 18 Edward M. Bannister: Artist -- 19 Ida B. Wells Barnett: Civil Rights Advocate -- 20 James P. Beckwourth: Explorer, Pioneer -- 21 Lerone Bennett, Jr.: Historian, Lecturer -- 22 Mary McLeod Bethune: Educator -- 23 James A. Bland: Composer, Musician -- 24 Carleton Bryant: Educator, Historian -- 25 Isa Hamm Bryant: Black Historical &amp -- Trainer Director -- 26 Ralph Johnson Bunche: United Nations Official -- 27 George Bush: Pioneer -- 28 William Harvey Carney: Civil War Hero -- 29 George Washington Carver: Botanist -- 30 Loretta Claiborne: Distance Runner, Advocate -- 31 Nat "King" Cole: Singer, Entertainer -- 32 Bessie Coleman: Aviator -- 33 William "Bill" Cosby: Comedian, Actor, Businessman -- 34 Rebecca Lee Crumpler: Pioneering Medical Doctor -- 35 Paul Cuffe: Colonizationist -- 36 Dorothy Dandridge: Actress -- 37 Benjamin Oliver Davis, Sr.: United States Army Officer -- 38 Sammy Davis, Jr.: Entertainer -- 39 Thomas Day: Cabinetmaker -- 40 Frederick A. Douglass: Abolitionist -- 41 Charles R. Drew: Physician.42 William Edward Burghardt Du Bois: Civil Rights Leader -- 43 Paul Laurence Dunbar: Poet -- 44 Todd Duncan: Opera Singer -- 45 Robert S. Duncanson: Artist -- 46 Katherine Dunham: Dancer, Choreographer -- 47 Lee Elder: Golfer -- 48 Ralph Ellison: Essayist, Novelist -- 49 Medgar Evers: Civil Rights Activist -- 50 Ella Fitzgerald: Jazz Singer -- 51 Curtis Charles "Curt" Flood: Baseball Player, Activist -- 52 James Forten: Inventor, Abolitionist -- 53 Edward Franklin Frazier: Sociologist -- 54 Marcus M. Garvey: Colonizationist -- 55 Willie Edward Gary: Attorney-at-Law -- 56 Berry Gordy, Jr.: Music Executive -- 57 Earl G. Graves: CEO Earl G Graves, Ltd -- 58 Addie L. Greene: Government Official -- 59 Alex Haley: Journalist, Lecturer, Historical Novelist -- 60 George Cleveland Hall: Physician, Educator -- 61 Fannie Lou Hamer: Civil Rights Activist -- 62 William Christoper (W.C.) Handy: Musician -- 63 Lemuel Haynes: Minister, Minuteman -- 64 James Augustine Healy: Catholic Bishop -- 65 Josiah Henson: Abolitionist -- 66 Matthew Alexander Henson: Explorer -- 67 William Augustus Hinton: Physician, Educator -- 68 William Meredith Holland, Sr.: Civil Rights Advocate -- 69 John Hope: Educator -- 70 Lena Home: Singer -- 71 James Langston Hughes: Author -- 72 Frederick S. Humphries: Educator, Chemist -- 73 Zora Neale Hurston: Anthropologist, Novelist -- 74 Jesse Louis Jackson: Politician -- 75 Nell Cecilia Jackson: Olympic Track Star, Coach -- 76 Bishop Thomas D. Jakes: Evangelist -- 77 Caterina Jarboro: Opera Singer -- 78 Mae Carol Jemison: Astronaut, Physician -- 79 John H. Johnson: Publisher, Entrepreneur -- 80 Malvin Gray Johnson: Artist -- 81 Barbara Jordan: Congresswoman -- 82 Michael Jordan: Basketball Player -- 83 Percy L. Julian: Research Chemist -- 84 Jackie Joyner-Kersee: Heptathlon Olympian -- 85 Everett A. Kershaw: Educator, Radio Personality.86 Coretta Scott King: Human Rights Leader -- 87 Martin Luther King, Jr.: Civil Rights Leader, Orator -- 88 Theodore K. Lawless: Dermatologist, Philanthropist -- 89 Jacob Lawrence: Artist -- 90 Lewis Sheridan Leary: Anti-Slavery Fighter -- 91 Carl Lewis: Olympic Track and Field Athlete -- 92 Mary Edmonia Lewis: Sculptor -- 93 Joe Louis: Prize Fighter -- 94 Mary Eliza Mahoney: Pioneer in Nursing -- 95 Thurgood Marshall: US Supreme Court Justice -- 96 Joanne M. &amp -- Elmer P. Martin: Wax Museum Founders -- 97 Jan Matzeliger: Inventor -- 98 Hattie McDaniel: Actress -- 99 Ronald E. McNair: Astronaut, Laser Physicist -- 100 Oscar Deveraux Micheaux: Filmmaker, Author -- 101 Abbie Mitchell: Singer, Actress -- 102 Garrett A. Morgan: Inventor -- 103 Constance Baker Motley: Lawyer, Judge -- 104 Isaac "Ike" Murphy: Jockey -- 105 James Cleveland "Jesse" Owens: Olympic Athlete -- 106 Rosa Parks: Civil Rights Activist -- 107 Bill Pickett: Cowboy, Wild West Showman -- 108 Sidney Poitier: Actor -- 109 Alvin Poussaint: Psychiatrist -- 110 Colin L. Powell: Four Star General, US Army -- 111 Leontyne Price: Opera Singer -- 112 Asa Philip Randolph: Labor Leader, Rights Advocate -- 113 Harold Calvin Ray: Evangelist, Businessman -- 114 Garth C. Reeves, Sr.: Editor, Community Activist -- 115 Paul Robeson: Actor -- 116 Jack Roosevelt "Jackie" Robinson: Baseball Player -- 117 Luther (Bill) "Bojangles" Robinson: Dancer, Actor -- 118 Augusta Savage: Sculptor -- 119 Philippa Duke Schuyler: Musician -- 120 Eric O. Simpson: Newspaper Publisher -- 121 Naomi Sims: Fashion Model -- 122 Benjamin "Pap" Singleton: Colonizationist -- 123 Moneta Sleet, Jr.: Photographer -- 124 Mabel Keaton Staupers: Nurse, Activist -- 125 Bessie B. Stringfield: WWII Motorcycle Courier -- 126 Henry Ossawa Tanner: Artist -- 127 Susan L. Taylor: Editor -- 128 Mary Church Terrell: Civil Rights Advocate.129 Debi Thomas: Olympic Figure Skating Champion -- 130 Adah Belle Samuels Thoms: Nursing Pioneer -- 131 Channing H. Tobias: Relations Leader, Clergyman -- 132 William Monroe Trotter: Journalist, Civil Rights Leader -- 133 Sojourner Truth: Abolitionist, Civil War Heroine -- 134 Harriet Tubman: Underground Railroad Conductor -- 135 Walter Tumbull: Choirmaster, Vocalist -- 136 Madame C.J. Walker: Businesswoman -- 137 Booker T. Washington: Educator -- 138 Phyllis Wheatley: Poet -- 139 Isaac "Bogue" White: Soldier -- 140 Lawrence Douglas Wilder: Activist, Politician -- 141 Roy Wilkins: Civil Rights Leader -- 142 Daniel Hale Williams: Surgeon -- 143 Paul R. Williams: Architect -- 144 Oprah Winfrey: Talk Show Host -- 145 Eldrick "Tiger" Woods: Golf Champion -- 146 Granville T. Woods: Inventor -- 147 Carter G. Woodson: Educator, Historian -- 148 Louis T. Wright: Physician, Activist -- 149 The Wrought Iron Men: Artisans -- 150 Malcom X (El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz): Nationalist.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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God is My CEO [electronic resource] : Following God's Principles in a Bottom-Line World by Julian, Larry.;
Title Page; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Introduction: The Clash of Two Worlds; Issue: We are led by bottom-line pressures; Solution: Let God lead; Chapter 1: Purpose; Issue: How do I find meaning and purpose in my work?; Solution: Find God's calling and find your purpose; Story 1 "Finding Your Way Home": Bill George-Former CEO, Medtronic; Professor, Harvard Business School; Story 2 "Serving a Higher Purpose and Making Money": C. William Pollard-Chairman Emeritus, The Servicemaster Company; Chapter 2: Success; Issue: How do I define success?Solution: Expand your definition from making money to making a differenceStory 3 "From Success to Significance": Bob Buford-Founder, Leadership Network; Story 4 "From Me to We": Jerry Colangelo-Chairman, The Phoenix Suns; Managing Director, Usa Olympic Men'S Basketball Team; Principal, Jdm Partners; Former Chairman and CEO, The Arizona Diamondbacks; Chapter 3: Courage; Issue: How do I do the right thing when I'm pressured to do otherwise?; Solution: Walk with God in courage; Story 5 "Having the Courage to Walk Away": Al Quie-Former Governor and Congressman, State Of MinnesotaStory 6 "Having the Courage to Overcome Tragedy": Marilyn Carlson Nelson-Former Chairman and CEO, CarlsonChapter 4: Patience; Issue: How do I avoid becoming a slave to urgent, short-term pressure?; Solution: Develop patience to run a long-distance race in a 100 yard-dash world; Story 7 "Pressure from the Outside: Sticking to God's Plan Produces Results": Tony Dungy-Former Head Coach, Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Retired Head Coach, Indianapolis Colts; Story 8 "Pressure from the Inside: Trusting in God's Plan Prepares You for Success": Archie Dunham-Former Chairman and CEO, Conoco Inc.Former Chairman, Conocophillips Non-Executive Chairman, Chesapeake Energy; Chapter 5: Leadership by Example; Issue: How do I demonstrate my faith in a politically correct and diverse work environment?; Solution: Let who you are speak for what you believe; Story 9 "Moving from Doing for God to Being with God": Jeffrey H. Coors-Former President and CEO, Graphic Packaging Corporation; President and CEO, Golden Technologies Company, Inc.; Director, Graphic Packaging Holding Company; Story 10 "Demonstrating Your Faith by Living Your Faith": John D. Beckett-Chairman, R.W. Beckett CorporationChapter 6: Yielding ControlIssue: How do I deal with circumstances that are beyond my control?; Solution: Do my part, and let God do His; Story 11 "Relinquishing Control": Tad Piper-Retired Chairman and CEO, Piper Jaffray Companies; Story 12 "Cooperating with Uncertainty": Jim Secord-Former President and CEO, Lakewood Publications; Chapter 7: Servant Leadership; Issue: How do I attract, retain, and motivate good employees?; Solution: Serve employees so they can serve others; Story 13 "From Profits First to People First": Ken Melrose-Former Chairman and CEO, The Toro CompanyFounder, Leading By Serving, Llc Praise for the First Edition ""Many leaders, whether newly indoctrinated to the world of business or veteran executives, will find tools for the trade in this excellent guidebook to living out one's faith in a ruthless 'bottom-line' world."" --Publishers Weekly For more than a decade, God Is My CEO has taught readers how to reconcile their work and faith. Now, in this updated edition, you will learn how to integrate God's teachings with your own talents to become the successful leader He intended you to be. This new edition explores the ten most common issues facing businesspeople today a
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