Y. N. Kly is Professor Emeritus, School of Human Justice, University of Regina, and a former consultant to government and a wide range of ethnic groups on minority issues. Author of five books and numerous articles, he won the Gustavus Myers Outstanding Book Award in 1990 and 1995 for International Law and the Black Minority in the US, and for A Popular Guide to Minority Rights. He chairs an international NGO in consultative status at the UN.
"The Invisible War, edited by Dr. Y.N. Kly, is a historic account of the past much like The Unconquered, by Tolagbe M. Ogunleye. Covering The African American Anti-Slavery Resistance from the Stono Rebellion through the Seminole Wars, Dr. Kly puts together an informative read that can help clear up any misconceptions in U.S. history...The Invisible War should be required reading in the home as it goes over history not included in the education system." JACKSON ADAMS, Global Times