October 08, 2006


An award-winning feature writer, Linell Smith has worked for The Sun covering general-assignment topics since 1991. She has worked on many special projects, including a series about the aftermath of the historic civil-rights demonstrations to integrate Gwynn Oak Amusement Park. For this issue of UniSun, Smith writes about the Baltimore discussion of male-female relationships and the African-American family.


A native of Washington, Ericka Blount Danois has enjoyed living in the Baltimore area for more than three years. Her work most recently has appeared in The Crisis, Baltimore magazine and The Washington Post. In this edition, Danois writes about a school that teaches students about video gaming and about the new ringmaster of UniverSoul Circus, which was founded by a Baltimore native.


A native of Baltimore, Henry Allen Hurst is a graduate of Coppin State University and a former writer for the Afro American newspaper. He wrote a first-person essay for UniSun about his career change, which has taken him to South Korea.

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