Spanning four generations and moving between New York, Jamaica, and China, Paula Madison's powerful memoir is a universal story of one woman’s search for her maternal grandfather and the key to her self-identity. It is a story about love and devotion that transcends time and race, and a beautiful reflection of the power of family and the interconnectedness of our world.
Belva Davis' broadcasting career began on radio and continued on television, where she was the first female African American reporter on the West Coast. She has received countless awards for her contributions to the field of journalism, and is known for her work as a labor activist, vice president of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, and as the author of "Never in My Wildest Dreams."
Paula Williams Madison
Paula Williams Madison wrote “Finding Samuel Lowe: China, Jamaica, Harlem,” a biography of her Chinese grandfather. She is Chairman and CEO of Madison Media Management, LLC. Honored for corporate leadership and community outreach, Madison was named one of the “75 Most Powerful African-Americans in Corporate America” by Black Enterprise Magazine in 2005, and was included in the Hollywood Reporter's “Power 100.”