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The Quander Quality – The True Story of a Black Trailblazing Diabetic by James W. Quander and Rohulamin Quander

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This book is the riveting story of James W. Quander (1918-2004), who, according to doctors in 1924, would not live to see his 10th birthday, due to the virulence of his diabetic condition. Despite an undiagnosed major medical meltdown in 1921, and another episode in 1924, that confirmed the ailment, James W. Quander lived a full life, characterized by sustained accomplishment through his eight decades. Born in racially segregated Washington, D.C., and facing health challenges that imposed interruptions in his schooling, Quander graduated from the Paul Laurence Dunbar High School (Class of 1936), and Miner Teachers College (Class of 1940). With a career in federal service that spanned 34 years, he broke down many racial barriers that heretofore were imposed against African Americans.

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This book is the riveting story of James W. Quander (1918-2004), who, according to doctors in 1924, would not live to see his 10th birthday, due to the virulence of his diabetic condition. Despite an undiagnosed major medical meltdown in 1921, and another episode in 1924, that confirmed the ailment, James W. Quander lived a full life, characterized by sustained accomplishment through his eight decades. Born in racially segregated Washington, D.C., and facing health challenges that imposed interruptions in his schooling, Quander graduated from the Paul Laurence Dunbar High School (Class of 1936), and Miner Teachers College (Class of 1940). With a career in federal service that spanned 34 years, he broke down many racial barriers that heretofore were imposed against African Americans.

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