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Areas of interest include teaching and learning (education), diversity, civil rights law, community empowerment, world cultures and languages, poetry, writing, adult literacy, desegregation practice, and state education policy. Writings have appeared in the publications listed below. Primary source published and unpublished material are available at the University of Delaware Special Collections Library. 

FROM THE HISPANIC OUTLOOK IN HIGHER EDUCATION JOURNAL: "Race Norming, English Only and other Disguises"; "Back to the Front: Professor/Educator Returns to High School"; "The Race Factor in Employment"; "Ethnic Studies One Man's Retrospective"; "The Cuba of Zoe Valdes, Exiled Author Speaks from Paris"; "The Last Racial Frontier: The Interracial Factor."

FROM THE (GANNETT) NEWS JOURNAL PAPERS: "Safer in a Hospital than in Schools"; "Choices that Faced Elian and his Family Turned on Freedom"; "Pupils Need School Language, Not Street Talk, to Excel in Class"; "Bouncing Around Big Ideas: Ping Pong is Perfect Opportunity to Meditate on Mysteries"; "Everyone Needs a State Attorney to Receive Justice"; "Seeking the Drumbeat of Our Life"; "Back to the Table with School Accountability"; "Where to Look for Diversity"; "Answer the Basic Questions of Life"; "The Legacy of a King is His Dream."

FROM THE AFRO-HISPANIC REVIEW (University of Missouri-Columbia): "Race and Ethnicity: A Perception of Black and Hispanic Relations" (also published in NAACP newspaper and THE PANAMA CHRONICLE). FROM THE GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL ON HISPANIC AFFAIRS: "Hispanics in State Governments" (national report); "Delaware Hispanics" (video production, HDL, et al., and reports). FROM GRIO PUBLICATIONS: "Virginia Brindis de Salas."

FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN: "Desegregation: A Question of Time, Place, and Commitment" (Published Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Conference on Urban Education, the Principal in the Urban Setting). FROM A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE (Temple University): "Promoting Ethnic Diversity in the First State."

FROM DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY Conference Proceedings.: "Utilizing a Multicultural Perspective to Teach African American and Other Underrepresented Groups."

FROM INDIANA UNIVERSITY (Bloomington) (*and the Fairness Institute): *"I Might As Well Move to the Moon: A Case Study on Housing Discrimination and a Legal Manual"; "Pueblo Latino: Puerto Ricans, Cubans and Chicanos, Volumes I, II and III" (General Editor); "To Train or Not to Train Teachers for Spanish Speaking Communities"; "The Panama Canal Question."

FROM FOCUS ON EDUCATION, NJASCD AND THE DELAWARE STATE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION: "A Multicultural Perspective for Effective Teaching"; Guidelines for Infusing Multicultural Education Into School Curricular and Co-Curricular Programs" (from DPI, HDL, et al.); "Ten Years of Desegregation: Then and Now, the Delaware Experience" (from DPI, Gen. Ed.). FROM SALUDOS HISPANOS: "Identity Crisis."

FROM UNIVERSITY PRESS OF AMERICA, INC.: "What I Will Not Tell You About the Death Penalty."

FROM THE NATIONAL LIBRARY OF POETRY: "I Belong in This World"; "Skin."

FROM VISIONS CREATIVE CONSULTING and the Fairness Institute: "My Life in Verse"; "100 Poems and Other Impressions"; Quadrangulated Inequality: Rhymes Reasons and Trials of a Multicultural Soul."

FROM AMERICAN POETRY ANTHOLOGY: "The Druggers."

FROM DELAWARE TODAY MAGAZINE: "Picking Tomatoes." FROM SIMON AND SCHUSTER/PRENTICE-HALL: Assisted with the development and writing of portions of "American Nation" (a nationally used high school Social Studies/History textbook).

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