And the winners are .  .  .

In a recent column, I announced a giveaway of 50 copies of The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander. Twelve thousand entries later, the winners have been chosen. Here’s the list. If you are a winner, the book should be in your mailbox shortly.

Peter Anderson

Tucson, AZ

Craig Bailey

Springfield, IL

Erma Bateman

Paragould, AR

Kathy Baughman

Cincinnati, OH

Jean Blackmon

Houston. TX

Lee Brillhart

Mercer Island, WA

Sarah S Bruton

Fayetteville, NC

Dennis Carroll

Seattle, WA

Kuziwa Chanaiwa

Grover Beach, CA

Ruth Cortright

Decatur, IL

Willie Dickerson

Snohomish, WA

D. Dorsey

Eastvale, CA

Connie Bergstein Dow

Cincinnati, OH

Ron Eltzeroth

Danville, IL

Marti Fechner

Verona, WI

Paul Fickes

Missoula, MT

Anna Figueroa

Miami, FL

Bonny Graham

Kent, OH

The Rev. Mary Green

Bellaire, TX

Zaretta Hammond

Berkeley, CA

Paul Hicks

Hampton, VA

Kim Higgins

Tuscola, IL

Scott Kately

Nazareth, PA

Frank Kenny

Hernando. FL

Ernie Keucher

Dayton, OH

Mick Lewis

The Woodlands, TX

Peggy Luna

Pleasant Hill, CA

Charlee McRill

Seattle, WA

Julia A. Mendes

Rochester, NY

Vivian B Merritt

Hampton, VA

Betty Ann Miskowiec

Charleston, WV

Debbie Moloney

Anna Maria, FL

Hal Noyes

Mebane, NC

Kerry Packard

Boulder CO

Isabelle Parker

Mebane, NC

Dennis Petty

Post Falls, ID

Mike Phillips

Sunnyvale, CA

Eva Louise Polley

Franklin, OH

Kathy Prentice

Houston, TX

Paul Putnoki

Bonita Springs, FL

Connie Quinn

Sierra Vista, AZ

Jim Schneider

Bettendorf, IA

Susan Sharp

Moberly, MO

J. Slovak

Santa Fe, TX

Joyce Smith

Inglewood, CA

Belinda Sundberg

Queensbury, NY

Pat Thiessen

Urbana, IL

Kylene Tillotson

Burlington, IA

Mark Wasserstrom

Kansas City, MO

Rhonda Wrona

Champaign IL

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