Rod Terry

Rod Terry is the author of three books: Brother's Keeper: Words of Inspiration for African-American Men (Peter Pauper Press, 1996); One Million Strong (Duncan & Duncan, 1996) (Recipient of the 1997 New York Public Library System award for best book); and Kwanzaa: The Seven Principles (Peter Pauper Press, 1997). He is also a contributing editor in Wisdom for the Soul of Black Folk (Gnosophia Publishing, 2007). Currently, he is employed by the American Bar Association as Associate Director of the Council on Legal Education Opportunity. He is a graduate of Howard University School of Law, Washington, D. C. and Hendrix College, Conway, Arkansas. He lives in Washington, D.C.
 Rod Terry

Phone Call Service Back in Service! 

(Please read, thanks; updated 11-28-2022.

Old Timey Switchboard Operator Cartoon


YUP ladies and gents, phone service is back in service and we are good to go.

During Covd, we had no choice but to stop accepting phone calls.  Now, we can lift that ban and return to our usual service.

Thank you for your understanding.