Danielle L. McGuire
Danielle McGuire is an award-winning author and historian. Her first book, At the Dark End of the Street, won the Frederick Jackson Turner Award, Lillian Smith Book Award and the Julia Cherry Spruill Award. She awakens with John Dittmer Freedom Rights: New Perspectives in the Civil Rights Movement (University of Kentucky Press). Her essay, "It Seems Like We Were All Raped" was printed in the Journal of American History and won numerous awards. McGuire is a Distinguished Lecturer for the Organization of American Historians and has appeared on CNN, MSNBC, National Public Radio, BookTV, and dozens of local radio stations throughout the United States, Europe, Canada, and South America. Her popular essays have appeared on the internet on the Huffington Post, TheGrio.com along with TheRoot.com and CNN.com.
She is now at work on a novel about police violence in the Algiers Motel throughout the 1967 Detroit uprising.
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