Patrick S. Inniss is a customer service supervisor in Seattle, Washington. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology from Saint Louis University, and a Master of Business Administration degree from Washington University in St. Louis. Besides writing essays and columns, his hobbies include motorcycle mechanics, stereoscopic photography and video. He has authored pieces which have appeared in Free Inquiry, The African-Americans for Humanism (AAH) Examiner, The Secular Humanist Press, the Tri-Communities News, and the book, The Black Humanist Experience: An Alternative to Religion (edited by Norman R. Allen Jr.). Raised in St. Louis, Missouri, Inniss has been a resident of Seattle since 1993. While in St. Louis, Inniss produced and hosted a local access cable TV program and was president of the Rationalist Society of St. Louis.
Roger Sauvage was one the few pilots of African descent to fly in both the French and Russian Air Forces in World War II. Sauvage was born in Paris on March 26, 1917, the son of a white Frenchwoman, Marie Sauvage, and a black soldier … Read MoreRoger Sauvage (1917-1977)