Alphonse Keasley is an academic trailblazer with passion for education, the arts, theatre, documentary and more. His cultural milieu, the primarily matriarchal Nawlins working class community and Christian values, built the framework for his activism during the modern civil rights movement and led him to plurality and consciousness building with young adults. He made the University of Colorado Boulder his home and founded many avenues––domestically and internationally––for young people to examine their habitus, widen their scope and explore their potential.
Non-Fiction, Young ReadersMoonbeams: A Lullaby Through the Phases of the Moon
Non-Fiction, PulitzerStorm Lake: A Chronicle of Change, Resilience and Hope from a Heartland Newspaper
Crime/Mystery, Non-Fiction, South Dakota AuthorsThe Less People Know About Us: A Mystery of Betrayal, Family Secrets, and Stolen Identity
Non-Fiction, Poetry, South Dakota AuthorsBone Chalk