Tuesday, November 13, 2012

R3 Contributor: Elizabeth F. Desnoyers-Colas


Dr. Elizabeth F. Desnoyers-Colas is an Assistant Professor of Communication at Armstrong Atlantic State University, in Savannah Georgia. She is currently the Coordinator of Armstrong’s African American Studies minor. Her areas of research interests include African American preaching, storytelling and narrative, African American women’s role in the military, and examining the rhetoric of rap music performed by African American women.   Dr. Desnoyers-Colas is a retired U.S. Air Force Major who spent her distinguished 15 year career as a Public Affairs Officer.



Elizabeth's Contributions:

1. Keep Votes Alive: Ballots, Birthrights, and Believers
2. Thank You for Your Service: In Honor of Memorial Day
3. Light the Black Candle: Illuminating the Darkness of the #TrayvonMartin and #JordanDavis Murders Through Dialogue, Part 1
4. Light the Black Candle: Illuminating the Darkness of the #TrayvonMartin and #JordanDavis Murders Through Dialogue, Part 2 
5. Stories That Must Be Told: Sharing African American Women’s Narratives of Military Service

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