Author Information

Linda T Wynn

Linda T. Wynn is the assistant director for state programs for the Tennessee Historical Commission and a faculty member in the history department at Fisk University. A graduate of Tennessee State University, she also earned M.S. degrees in history and in public administration from that institution. Devoted to teaching on the topic of civil rights, she helped to design the module Civil Rights Movement in Nashville for The Beloved Community: Then and Now, a collaboration course among American Baptist College, Fisk University's Department of History, and Lipscomb University. She's edited or contributed to such publications as Journey to Our Past: A Guide to African-American Markers in Tennessee, Profiles of African Americans in Tennessee, Tennessee Encyclopedia of Culture and History, Notable Black American Men and the African American Almanac.

Titles by this Author

Freedom Facts and Firsts: 400 Years of the African American Civil Rights Experience
by Jessie Carney Smith, Ph.D. and Linda T Wynn
Freedom Facts and Firsts