About the Author
A. E. Lucas, Jr. is one of five generations of native Washingtonians. He attended D.C. Public Schools, graduating from Eastern High School. He attended Pepperdine University, and the U.D.C. Dave Clark School of Law. Allan holds a Master's degree in the Administration of Justice and Security, and is currently a doctoral student with the University of Phoenix. He is married, a proud father and grandfather, and resides in the District of Columbia. Allan served his country as a military police officer with the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam War. Until his retirement, he continued to serve as a Deputy U.S. Marshal, an officer with the Metropolitan Police Department, and as an officer with the D.C. Department of Corrections. Today, Allan lectures on the theory of "generational-institutionalization" as the cause, and constitutional sovereignty as the solution, to Black America's problems. His epiphany (generational-institutionalization) occurred while working as a corrections officer in the infamous Lorton Reformatory.