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Sunny Nash

Los Angeles, California, United States


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Sunny Nash writes on Rosa Parks, Jim Crow laws and other issues in her book,
Bigmama Didn�t Shop At Woolworth�s, chosen by the Association of American
University Presses as essential for understanding race relations in the United
States, listed in the Bibliographic Guide to Black Studies by the Schomburg Center
in New York and recommended for Native American collections by the Miami-Dade
Public Library System in Florida. Nash has work in the African American National
Biography by Harvard and Oxford; African American West, Century of Short
Stories; Reflections in Black, History of Black Photographers 1840 - Present;
Ancestry; Companion to Southern Literature; Texas Through Women�s Eyes;
Black Genesis: A Resource Book for African-American Genealogy; African
American Foodways; Southwestern American Literature Journal; The Source:
guidebook to American genealogy; Interdisciplinary Journal for Germanic
Linguistics; Ebony Magazine; Hidden Sources: Family History in Unlikely Places;
and others.

Sunny Nash is a former newspaper columnist, magazine writer-photographer, radio
news reporter & personality, and NPR program director. Currently, she produces
television, web and corporate videos, and has an on-going photo projects.

Interests: writing, screenwriting, video production, photography, history, songwriting

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: Yes


Published works:


  • Untold Legacies: A Pictorial History, Black Long Beach 1900-2000 & Beyond
  • BREAKING THROUGH, Lighting the Way
  • Bigmama Didn\\\'t Shop At Woolworth\\\'s
  • SPIN: bicycle fortune wheel
  • African-American Lifeways in East-Central Texas
  • Fighting for the People