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Golden Legacy Illustrated Black History Magazine

Endorsements from Educators, Students & Parents

I read Golden Legacy at a neighbor's house and was very impressed by it. I found it very enlightening to me as an adult, and I know the magazines will be educational and enlightening to my younger sisters and brothers as well. – Brenda Landers, Chapel Oaks, MD

[quote]I read Golden Legacy at a neighbor’s house and was very impressed by it. I found it very enlightening to me as an adult, and I know the magazines will be educational and enlightening to my younger sisters and brothers as well.[/quote]

– Brenda Landers, Chapel Oaks, MD

[quote]I am a teacher in the Chicago Public School System, a mother of a 10-year old and a Junior Girl Scout Leader. Every now and then I come across a Golden Legacy Magazine and use it, until it’s worn out, in both my classroom and Scout meetings, after my daughter is finished with it.[/quote]

– Mrs. E. P. Luckett, Chicago IL

[quote]As a children’s librarian for the Los Angeles Public Library, I was delighted to find a magazine which presents Negro history in such an enjoyable and inexpensive manner. It would be ideal for circulation in our 61 branches.[/quote]

– Frances J. Carter, Senior Librarian
Southern Region Office
Ascot Branch Library City of Los Angeles, CA 

[quote]I have just read a copy of your Golden Legacy Magazine and am very excited and impressed. You are doing a great service and a very essential and beneficial service for the Negro people today, and I would like to spread the good news to as many as possible.[/quote]

– Esterlyn P. Lewis, Reading Teacher
Oakland, CA

[quote]We are the Department of Public Social Services would like to shower you with accolades concerning your Golden Legacy Magazine. The response from our community has been tremendous.[/quote]

– David B. Singleton, District Director
Count 4 of Los Angeles Dept. of Public Social Services
Pasadena, CA

[quote]It was a great inspiration to our applicants and the first supply of Golden Legacy ran out very quickly. Not only was it interesting reading for them but quite informative and enlightening at the same time.[/quote]

– Martin Margolis, Community Relations
Youth Opportunity Center, New York

[quote]We recently discovered your Golden Legacy publications. we feel that it would be a valuable addition to the education of the Negro and White children in our school.[/quote]

– Sharon Formisano, Teacher
City School District, City of Newburgh, NY

[quote]I have looked through a copy of Golden Legacy and I commend you for the splendid way you have paid tribute to a great American, Frederick Douglass.[/quote]

– John Wilson, Assoc. Director Afro-American Studies
The University of Akron, Akron, OH

[quote]As a tutor, I find this particular approach to Black history, reading and comprehension among Black children unsurpassed at present.[/quote]

– Renee J. Whatley, Social Worker
Children’s Service, Inc., Philadelphia, PA

[quote]Please send information about the Negro History Magazine, known as Golden Legacy. I have read two issues and feel that you have a splendid project.[/quote]

– Mrs. Zernona S. Black, Coordinator
Senior Opportunity Services
Eastside Senor Citizen’s Center, San Antonio, TX

[quote]Yesterday I fortunately discovered Golden Legacy, a magnificent and much needed educational tool for children and adults, Black and White.[/quote]

– G. A. Calegari
San Francisco, CA

[quote]Knowledge of Negro History and contributions of Negro leaders can positively influence the mental health for children and adults, Negro and White children who use our Center and I am glad you have helped make this information available.[/quote]

– Jack Consenstein, ACSW, Executive Director
Queens Child Guidance Center, Jamaica, NY

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