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found: African American National Biography, accessed November 12, 2014, via Oxford African American Studies Center database: (Anderson, Jervis; Jervis Beresford Anderson; literary critic, print journalist, essayist, biographer; born 01 October 1932 in Chatham, Jamaica, West Indies; graduated from Kingston Technical School, affiliated with the University of the West Indies; joined Public Opinion newspaper, closely allied with the People's National Party (1956 -1958); studied literature at New York University (NYU) (1958); earned a Bachelor's degree (1963) and a Master's degree (1966) from NYU; was a director of research at the A. Philip Randolph Institute; copy editor and staff writer for the publisher John Wiley (1968); member of the Authors Guild and the Society of American Historians; his first book, A. Philip Randolph: A Biographical Portrait (1973), earned him the Sidney Hillman Foundation Award; retired from The New Yorker (1998); died 07 January 2000 in New York, New York, United States)