A Little of Me, A Little of You: Spoken Word Choir by Janice K. Neal-Vincent
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A LITTLE OF ME, A LITTLE OF YOU: Spoken Word Choir Book
Dr. Neal-Vincent has shown that a proven art form can be preserved for the betterment of humanity. These creative works are a treasure of past, present, and future generations. Bravo!!!!!
- Acie Whitlock, Jr., D.M.D.
Spoken Word Choirs as presented through the years, led by Dr. Neal-Vincent, have captivated numerous audiences, leaving them intoxicated with a wealth of uplifting and soul-searching messages. This powerful work comes highly recommended as a tool to motivate and to refine developing or established choirs.
-Myah Jefferson Lane, M.A., Intercultural Studies; M.S.,
Educational Leadership Educator/Cross-cultural Missionary
A Little of Me: A Little of You (Spoken Word Choir Book) by Dr. Janice K. Neal-Vincent is a book that the writer would recommend to students, teachers, or anyone else who is interested in the black experience. It is wide ranging in its composition. The key descriptive words that come to mind are ADVICE, HISTORY, and CELEBRATION. Using the format of the spoken word choir, the book is truly a compendium of southern black culture; familiar to those who are in the know and revealing to those who want to know.
- Ivory P. Phillips, Ph.D., Dean of Emeritus, Jackson State University,
Former President of the Jackson State University Faculty Senate
Dr. Neal-Vincent demonstrates a great sense of talent to inspire, uplift, and comfort. Her poems show a great deal of wisdom and insight into many phases of life.
- Clara Turner Ford, Ed.D., NBCT
To Dr. Neal-Vincent, with love and gratitude for sharing your wisdom, knowledge and talent, empowering future generations.
- Dorothy Harris Bell, M.A.,Teacher, Getwell Elementary School
Congratulations, Dr. Janice Neal-Vincent, for your success in the much needed
publication of the Spoken Word. The pieces are soulful, beautiful, and inspirational.
- Marilyn Luckett, Founder and CEO, Connecting the Dots Foundation
To Dr. Janice K. Neal-Vincent, a most profound woman of eloquence, with the spoken word. I’m overjoyed with your elusiveness on the subject matter. This book is an articulate array for the masses.
–James C.A.C. Roberts Jr., Former student, Jackson State University
While reading these poems, thoughts came to my mind. A Little of Me: A Little of You is all of us. I could see myself in these poems. They touched me with the past, present, and future. As a black race we are loved by God and important to Him and our tradition. I see these poems both spiritually and inspirationally. Dr. Janice, God has given you a great gift and has given you Spiritual insight: who God is and who we are in Him.
– Rev. Percy L. Claiborne, SR, Itinerant Elder-Emeritus; African Methodist Episcopal Church
To God Be the Glory, for the great things He has done. Congratulations to Dr. Neal-Vincent. A Little of Me: A Little of You (Spoken Word Choir Book) is very uplifting and inspiring. This is a wonderful piece of Art, twelve years in the making. Every youth and adult ministry should have a copy of this book for teaching and training. Thank you. Job well done!
– Rev. Caroline Williams Claiborne, M.DIV., MSW, QDDP, LCMHT, LCIDDT, LSW
Dr. Janice K. Neal-Vincent is an award-winning performing artist and a playwright who performs a popular one woman show “Deliverance Explosion: Women in the Struggle” that features 124 years of social injustices. She has directed spoken word choirs for several decades beginning with her tenure at Northern Illinois University. Neal-Vincent was formerly an educator, a contributing writer for the Mississippi Link , and a professor at Ohio University and Jackson State University. “A Little of Me, A Little of You: Spoken Word Choir Book” was originally showcased at the Greater Jackson Arts Council 25th Anniversary in 2016.