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Johnny Lee Duncan, American historian. Achievements include renamed Blacks, African American with 1987 poem I CAN; first to lead desegregation movement in Amite Louisiana 1971-1975; intergrated Louisiana State University 1972-1974; southern individual drill meet champion; first to Coach Alabama State first black female tennis champ, Debra Hunter (1976).

Background

Duncan, Johnny Lee was born on December 31, 1952 in York, Alabama, United States. Son of John Rancher and Annie Mae Duncan-Cyprian.

Education

Bachelor, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 1973. Master of Arts, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 1974. Doctor of Divinity, Progressive Universal Life Church School, Sacramento, 2001.

Doctor of Philosophy, Progressive Universal Life Church School, Sacremento, 2001.

Career

Professor history Alabama State University, Montgomery, Alabama, 1975—1976. Chair history political science department Stillman College, Tuscaloosa, 1976—1977. Professor english City College Chicago, Weisbaden, Germany, 1985—1986.

Commissioned officer United States Army, Fort Benning, Georgia, 1981—2003. Case management specialist Colorado Department Corrections, Delta, Colorado, 1989—1992. Public The Black History Calendar, Colorado Springs, 1987—2007.

Consultant National Association for the Advancement of Colored People/Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Eutaw, Alabama, 1979—1981. Captain United States Army, 1988—2003, Fort Carson.

Achievements

  • Achievements include renamed Blacks, African American with 1987 poem I CAN. First to lead desegregation movement in Amite Louisiana 1971-1975. Intergrated Louisiana State University 1972-1974.

    Southern individual drill meet champion. First to Coach Alabama State first black female tennis champ, Debra Hunter (1976).

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Black History Calendar, You Might Be A N-R!. Contributor poetry anthology (Editor's Choice award, 2005).

Membership

Ordained minister Progressive Universal Life Church, 2000. Member of National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (life. President, secretary 2004-2006, Lifetime Achievement 2005).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Tennis, baseball, softball, martial arts, writing.

Connections

Married Patricia Nell Perryman, September 15, 1982.

father:
John Rancher

mother:
Annie Mae Duncan-Cyprian

spouse:
Patricia Nell Perryman