With Justice for All:
While other U.S. Justices talked about justice in a divided
by D. J. Herda
Faye M. Swetky
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Long before Rev. Martin Luther King came along, equality's real champion came out fighting for the underdog.
From a housing-development childhood through college and law school, one man stands out as America's first great champion for civil rights. Barely making ends meet for he and his family, Thurgood Marshall took a cut in pay in order to go to work for the NAACP. While there, he was determined to prove a point--that blacks in America were being discriminated against ... and that that discrimination had to end. Soon!
"With Justice for All: Thurgood Marshall and the Supreme Court is a touching, moving, feel-good story about a remarkable man told by an equally remarkable author. Herda captures Marshall's true essence perhaps better than anyone before. This is going to make a prize-winning novel and a monumental film. This one has Spike Lee's name all over it." - Don Bacue, International Features Syndicate
Novels and Single Titles (32)
Afghani Skies ("Rings" Series -
Unpublished, Film Rights Optioned)
Published Books in Series (47)
Landmark Supreme Court Cases Series (Enslow Publishers)
Famous Supreme Court Justices Series (Enslow Publishers)
Historical America Series (Millbrook Press)
Published Magazine Articles and Short Stories (400-Plus)
Published in Parade, True, Ski, Consumer Guide, Conde Nast, Chicago Magazine, Chicago Northshore, Chicago/FM Guide, Detroit Monthly, Miami Southwest Florida, Milwaukee Magazine, Denver Magazine, San Antonio Monthly, Mpls/St. Paul, Twin Cities Magazine, San Diego Magazine, Rockford Magazine, Utah Holiday, Holiday/Travel Magazine, Catholic Digest, The Elks Magazine, VFW Magazine, The Lions Magazine, Computers and Electronics, Outside, Success Unlimited, Cross Country Skier, Organic Gardening, The Writer, Writer's Digest, Writer's Annual, etc.
Published Newspaper Articles and Short Stories (4,000-Plus)
Published in The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune, The Chicago Sun-Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Oakland Tribune, The San Diego Union, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, The Milwaukee Journal, The Milwaukee Sentinel, The Detroit Free Press, The Detroit News, The Miami Herald, The Dallas Times-Herald, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Dallas Star, The Toledo Blade, The Houston Post, The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, The Kansas City Star, The Arizona Daily Star, The Minneapolis Star-Tribune, The Denver Post, The Rocky Mountain News, The New Orleans Times-Picayune, Orlando Sentinel, San Antonio News-Express, etc.
Published Newspaper Columns (260,000-Plus)
Former author of several nationally and internationally syndicated columns, including "In Focus," "Photographically Speaking," "Skiing Today," "Traveling Today," "Travelers' Cove," and "Traveling Photographer," appearing in as many as 1,100 newspapers and reaching more than 20 million readers weekly.
Former writer, director, producer of nationally syndicated weekly television spot, Skiing Today.
Writer, director, producer of two consumer videotapes on photography.
Exhibits in the Russell Rotunda, Dirksen Senate Building, U. S. Capitol Bldg., Washington, D.C.; Nikon Galleries, Rockefeller Center, New York, NY; Graff Fine Arts Center, St. George, Utah; and in galleries and collections throughout the U.S. More than 50,000 photos published in most major magazines and newspapers.
Designer, producer, and co-publisher of the award-winning 18-book children's series, "The American Scene," examining key issues affecting Americans and their country.
Reporter, The Southtown Economist, Chicago; Articles Editor, The Elks Magazine, Chicago, producing an award-winning monthly publication for the B.P.O.E.; Managing Editor, The Madison News, Madison, Wisconsin; Book Editor, The Raintree Press, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Wrote and directed The Trouble with Pirates, Chicago, 1969; wrote for production The English Carpheads, Muse Theatre in the Flats, Cleveland, 1972.
Award-winning creator of paintings, sculptures, pottery, and miscellaneous art pieces in galleries, shops, and private collections throughout the country. Represented worldwide by Galleria Eros Artists Lounge.
Former Editor-in-Chief and exclusive provider of travel content for several high-end web sites, including Traveler’s Cove, Galleria Eros Writer's Lounge, and Galleria Eros Artist's Lounge, with combined visitor hits of more than 20,000 monthly.
Former ghost writer for Ronnie Schell, Lawrence Welk, and Art Linkletter, etc. Former ghost writer/photographer for Sammy Davis Jr. Scriptwriter for educational and consumer cable television, in-flight airline, etc.
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