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- For Recent Conversation Among Descendants of the Elaine Race Massacre 104 Years Later
- J. Chester Johnson Discusses His Poem, "St. Paul’s Chapel", At Manhattan’s Church of the Heavenly Rest. Click Here.
- J. Chester Johnson Interviewed by Tavis Smiley. Click Here.
- For Cornelius Eady’s Interview of J. Chester Johnson for Poets House/WBAI, Click Here.
- For NPR Article on Elaine and Tulsa Race Massacres, Click Here.
- HNN Publishes Article by J. Chester Johnson on Father of Black Liberation Theology. Click Here.
- Favorable Review of "Damaged Heritage" in Current Issue of American Book Review. Click here to read.
- Damaged Heritage Placed On Selective Goodreads’ List of Best Nonfiction Books. Click Here for Details.
- Damaged Heritage Motivates Nationwide Talks on Social Justice and Racial Equity. Click Here for Details.
- J. Chester Johnson Discovers Another Consequential Race Massacre. Click Here.
- Video of J. Chester Johnson’s Presentation at Johnson House Historic Site (Underground Railroad). Click Here.
- Book Review from Green Mountains Review of Damaged Heritage. Click Here.
- J. Chester Johnson’s Article on Best American Poetry Blog About Publishing in a Pandemic. Click Here.
- Crystal Bridges Museum Features Elaine Massacre and J. Chester Johnson. Click Here.
- Cornelius Eady and J. Chester Johnson Discuss Their 9/11 Poetry On BCR’s Inaugural Poetry Podcast. Click Here.
- LitHub: J. Chester Johnson Interviewed for ‘Keen On’ Podcast About Damaged Heritage, click here.
- Literary Hub Publishes Article and Excerpt From Damaged Heritage by J. Chester Johnson, click here.
- Published Profile for J. Chester Johnson in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, click here.
- For a video presentation and discussion of Damaged Heritage with J. Chester Johnson, hosted by The Center for Reconciliation, click here.
- For a video presentation to the Washington National Cathedral, D. C., by J. Chester Johnson on Damaged Heritage: The Elaine Race Massacre and A Story of Reconciliation, click here.
- For a conversation through Trinity Church Wall Street on Damaged Heritage by J. Chester Johnson between Dr. Catherine Meeks and the author, click here.
- For an interview on racial reconciliation between J. Chester Johnson, whose grandfather participated in the Elaine Race Massacre, and Sheila L. Walker, whose forebears were victims, click here.
- For a video presentation to The Carter Center by J. Chester Johnson on his latest book, Damaged Heritage, click here.
- To review selections on the Elaine Race Massacre and Elaine Massacre Memorial, click here.
- Review of Now And Then: Selected Longer Poems by J. Chester Johnson appears in BigCityLit (Autumn/Winter edition). To read the review, click here.
- Damaged Heritage: The Elaine Race Massacre and A Story of Reconciliation, written by J. Chester Johnson, will be published by Pegasus Books on May 5, 2020. Click here for book cover image and more information.
- J. Chester Johnson, one of fifteen authors, was featured at the Harvard Alumni Authors’ Book Fair. Click here for more information.
- Interview by NPR of J. Chester Johnson and Kyle Miller on the Elaine Race Massacre and Memorial. For the interview, click here.
- AP Story of the Elaine Race Massacre Features Interview With J. Chester Johnson. Click Here For More Information.
- J. Chester Johnson Spoke at the National Cathedral in Washington, DC on Sunday, June 30th, 2019. Click Here For More Information.
- J. Chester Johnson Interviewed on Podcast for ‘Things Not Seen’ Program. Click Here For More Information.
- Poem by J. Chester Johnson Embedded in DeWoody Art. Click Here For More Information.
- J. Chester Johnson Presented At The Troubadour And At Grosvenor Chapel Click here for more details.
- J. Chester Johnson discusses Auden, the Psalms, and Me at several locations in London and also in Oxford. Click here for more information.
- Book review of Auden, the Psalms, and Me by the international literary journal, The Arkansas International. Click here for the review.