GARY M POMERANTZ is a frequent public speaker and keynote lecturer. For nearly three decades as a nonfiction author and journalist, with his meticulous research and engaging story-telling, POMERANTZ has explored American culture and the human condition. Whether the subject is talking about sports, race relations, social history or the resilience of the human spirit, his thought-provoking speeches entertain and illuminate, and reveal a passion for his work and for the people, and times, he writes about.
A BROTHERHOOD AMONG TEAMMATES: The remarkable & continuing odyssey of the 1970s Pittsburgh Steelers (Their Life’s Work)
RACE RELATIONS: Atlanta’s historic tale of race and family (Where Peachtree Meets Sweet Auburn)
THE EXTRAORDINARY NATURE OF ORDINARY PEOPLE: An inspiring story about survival, resilience and the human spirit (Nine Minutes, Twenty Seconds)
GOLIATH REDEEMED: Race, the early NBA and the legacy of Wilt Chamberlain’s 100-point game (WILT, 1962)
MARRIAGE, GAMES & GUNS: Contract Bridge, the Bridge Craze of the Roaring 20’s, and Marital Tensions at the Bridge Table (The Devil's Tickets)
HOW TO BRING STORIES VIVIDLY TO LIFE: Writing, Narrative Journalism and Storytelling
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