Ms. Jeanette Davis-Adeshot received her Bachelor of Science degree in Broadcast Journalism, graduating Summa Cum Laude from Morgan State University where she also worked as Music Director and On-Air announcer for radio station WEAA.
She is an honorably discharged veteran (six years) of the U.S. Army.
Her play, "Grandma Loved Roses", won Baltimore's WMAR-TV's (channel 2) Drama Competition for Black Writers, and was televised in 1985.
Ms. Davis-Adeshote appeared on "Geraldo", "Rolonda" (twice), and various other television talk shows for promotion of her book; Black Survival in White America: From Past History to the Next Century. She was guest on multiple radio shows throughout the country and lectured in many venues (bookstores, churches, private organizations, universities, benefits, etc.) She is presently retired from the State of New Jersey and available for book promotion activities.
The Great Divide
Between Blacks & Whites
Paperback: 236 pages
"If Blacks and Whites truly become serious about solving the
race problem in America, this book is honest enough to layout
the most profound problems that need be addressed. Someone must
have the intestinal fortitude to not only reveal the awful
cancer growing within America's vital organs, but to bear the
stench of it while performing laborious surgery to remove it for
the survival of us all. If not now, when? If not us, whom?"
The author of "Black Survival in White America: From Past History to the Next Century" has done it again. She now exposes our innermost thoughts and views that we speak every day, but keep hidden within our own ethnic groups. No one is spared in this one.
Paperback: 122 pages
"Jeanette Adeshote' is a committed writer concerned with
uplifting people. As a former co-worker, I have known her to be
diligent and revealing of her ideology as reflected in this
This book brings Blacks/African-Americans full circle from the beginning of time to the present. It is written to instill pride, high self-esteem and knowledge of self to all peoples of color through an exploration of their biological, historical, political, familial, and cultural past.
Autographed copies can be obtained from the author (email address: firstname.lastname@example.org)