• “I Apologize to All Librarians,” reprinted by the Buffalo Library Association, Buffalo, NY, (June 1992).
  • Race riots in Harlem and Rochester, NY (shown here), were the first for the 1960s, and the catalyst for my co-written book with Mark Hare, The Remaking of a City: Rochester, NY, 1964-1984.

    “Life, Death, Trees and Young Men,” reprinted in President’s Report: 1990-1991, McQuaid Jesuit High School, Rochester, NY, (1991).

  • Script, “Choices of the Heart,” included in the collection, Writing on the Stream of Reading, Lewis Meyer, (ed.). Text in­cludes American writers such as Joan Didion, James Baldwin, Annie Dillard and Alice Walk­er. D.C. Heath Publish­ing Co., Lexington, Massachusetts, (1991).
  • Reprint of speech, new title “When You Hand Your Child to Us,” Democrat & Chronicle, (September 10, 1989).
  • “1964 Riots Caused the Remaking of Rochester,” excerpts from the book, co-authored with Mark Hare, The Remaking of a City: Roches­ter, NY, 1964-1984, Democrat and Chronicle, (March 29, 1987).
  • “Notes from the Trial,” Alternative Press Annual, Te­mple Uni­versi­ty, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, (1986).
  • “The Afrikaner,” Utne Reader, Topeka, Kansas, (October 1985).
  • “Through the Lens of Lewis Hine,” The Hastings Historical Society, Hastings-on-the-Hudson, NY, (Fall 1984).

    Lewis Hine wanted to show immigrants at Ellis Island with the same dignity afforded the early Pilgrims. He photographed child labor conditions, how machines had begun to dwarf the worker and the Empire State Building.