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Broussard, Antoinette

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Antoinette Broussard is a historian, writer, and consultant. She is the author of African-American Celebrations and Holiday Traditions, Citadel Press, 2004. She is also Ms. Etiquette on the new Wedding Television Network and founder of a finishing and etiquette program for children, teen-agers, and adults. Broussard has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English literature and Black Studies from San Francisco State, a degree in interior design from The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising and is a graduate of the Protocol School of Washington, DC.

She is a contributor to Harlem of the West, Chronicle Books, January 2006,and to African American National Biography, Dr. Henry Louis Gates and Evelyn Higginbotham, of the W.E.B. DuBois Institute at Harvard University (2007). She is working on a book for Arcadia Publishers about Tacoma, Washington's African American pioneers and completing research for a memoir on her great aunt, Dr. Nettie J. (Craig) Asberry.

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