Naomii Brack is an adjunct professor of Criminal Justice at City of Chicago Colleges – Richard J. Daley Campus in Chicago, Illinois. Her Ph.D. in Human Services with a Specialization in Criminal Justice is from Capella University, while her master’s degree in Administration of Criminal Justice is from Chicago State University, and her undergraduate degree of the same discipline is from Governors’ State University. Her past endeavors include working as a corporate paralegal/legal assistant for over twenty-three years. She has authored a dissertation regarding vulnerable citizens and the justice system entitled “Dangerous Residents: Residency Placement of Violent Felons and Sex Offenders in Long-Term Nursing Facilities,” a Qualitative Analysis and a Thesis entitled “Hegemony within the Criminal Justice System,” a Qualitative Analysis. She is the historian, coordinator, and event planner of Black History at her church. The native of the South Suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, specializes in the victimization of vulnerable citizens in Black communities, past and present.
Rufus Calvin Kuykendall was an attorney, politician, and one of the first African Americans to be elected judge in Indiana’s Marion County Superior Court. Kuykendall was born on September 24, 1903 in Indianapolis, Indiana to John, a former slave from Tennessee, and Belle (Jackson) Kuykendall. … Read MoreRufus Calvin Kuykendall (1903-1977)