Anneliese Bruner
is a writer-editor who has labored in company, media, and nonprofit sectors for such entities as BET and the Schooling Belief. She is a member of The Authors Guild, and her writing has appeared in The Washington Publish, CNN, BET Weekend Journal, Honey Journal, Savoy Journal, and USAID Entrance Traces. She is the great-granddaughter of Tulsa bloodbath survivor and creator Mary Elizabeth Jones Parrish, and works to raise her foremother’s legacy. Bruner wrote the afterword to the brand new version of Parrish’s ebook The Nation Should Awake: My Witness to the Tulsa Race Bloodbath of 1921. She attended Bryn Mawr Faculty and lives in Washington, D.C.