Donna L. Sinclair
Donna L. Sinclair is an adjunct history professor, public historian, and museum professional who specializes in oral history; Clark County, Washington, community history; and politics. Sinclair lives in Washougal, Washington, where she serves on the school board. Her dissertation, "Caring for the Land, Serving People: Creating a Multicultural Forest Service in the Civil Rights Era" led to her collaboration with Gloria Brown on Black Woman in Green.
Books by this Author
Black Woman in Green
From an unlikely beginning as an agency transcriptionist in her hometown of Washington, DC, Gloria Brown became the first African American woman to attain the...
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