(30.) Bob Luke, The Most Famous Woman in Baseball: Effa
Manley and the Negro Leagues [Potomac Books; Dulles, Virginia, 2011), 11.
is a noted author in his home country, particularly in the emerging scene of literary ethnofiction.
Brown, product group manager for Birds Eye at General Foods Corp., in a seminar at the Eastern Frosted Food Association (EFFA
) show recently at the Meadowlands sports complex in New Jersey.
Michel Atanga Effa
and Gervais Balla, charged with the 2003 killing of German missionary Anton Probst, remained under preventive detention, pending trial, at the end of the period covered by this report.
Daniel Thomas, Richard Kennedy, Sasha Walters, Sadd Effa
and Mark Dodds also found the target.
In this classic text, Effa
Manley (former business manager of the Newark Eagles) reflects on her career and describes the world of Negro professional baseball of the 1930s and 1940s.
Unfortunately for Effa
, while integration came to MLB's clubhouses in 1947, it would be decades before African-Americans had any real positions of influence within its executive halls.
Top designers including Effa
Al Dabbagh, Huda Malaak, Diala Kabbar will unveil their collections on Saturaday.
is the Ray and Edith DeNeui Professor of Intercultural Studies at Taylor Seminary in Edmonton, Alberta.
The Seventh Research Framework Programme is by far the largest, taking more than 75% of the annual budget contributions by the EEA EFFA
States, followed in size by the Lifelong Learning programme and the Competitiveness and Innovation programme, which together account for an additional 17% of the EEA budget.
Jean Hastings Ardell and Gail Ingham Berlage illustrate the intersection of race and gender in their contributions, "Mamie 'Peanut' Johnson: The Last Female Voice of the Negro Leagues" and "Effa
Manley: A Major Force in Negro League Baseball in the 1930s and 1940s," respectively.
On January 7, the Judicial Police arrested Michel Atanga Effa
and Gervais Balla as suspects in the killing.