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    Review: Why Every Black Woman Should Marry a Jewish Man

    “How many times have we heard successful African-American women complain they can’t find a good man? Everyone has an opinion on the black man shortage, but none of the so-called relationship experts offer real...

    Engaging Coming of Age Story ‘The Star Side of Bird Hill’ Dwells on the...

    The Star Side of Bird Hill, Naomi Jackson’s debut novel, is a beautifully written story that concerns itself primarily with women and their power. It is the story of two sisters, Dionne, 16 and...

    Crime Writing Duo Top List of Best-Read Black Authors

    The writing team of Ashley and JaQuavis Coleman continues to dominate the paperback fiction bestseller list with four titles in the top ten, according to the latest Power List, a compilation of three websites...

    The Presidency in Black and White

    April Ryan • Release Date: Feb. 15, 2015 April Ryan is a reporter for American Urban Radio Networks (AURN).  She is the only Black woman covering urban issues from the White House – a position...

    April Ryan’s Memoir Relays Wisdom on Race

    People say that we live in a divided country, and they are absolutely right. There are two kinds of people in this world: the ones who haven't read At Mama’s Knee: Mothers and Race...

    Leonard Pitts Jr. Tackles Race and Publishing in ‘Grant Park’

    Leonard Pitts Jr is a columnist at the Miami Herald who is not afraid to mix it up when it comes to race and politics. The South Carolina native’s fourth book, “Grant Park,” deals...

    `Keep Your Hustle, But Change Your Product’

    By Sean Yoes, AFRO Baltimore Editor, [email protected] Author Lamont Carey’s latest book, The Transition: From One Hellhole to Another, continues his searing narrative about the perils of mass incarceration, which impacts millions of Americans on both sides...

    Mistaken Identity

    Melinda Robertson is an author, empowerment speaker and former teen mother. Her experience as a teen mother compelled her to write her first novel, Motherhood . . . What You Don’t Know! in an...

    Better Than Alright: Finding Peace, Love & Power

    “I can’t believe someone found my journey interesting enough to want to put it in a book…Being on display as an artist is never comfortable for me. Behind my songs and my words lies...

    Sister Citizen: Shame, Stereotypes, and Black Women in America

    “This book is concerned with understanding the emotional realities of black women’s lives in order to answer a political, not a personal, question: What does it mean to be a black woman and an...

    Author’s Corner: K.E.M. Keep Everything Moving: Letting Adversity Guide You To Destiny

    Title: K.E.M. Keep Everything Moving: Letting Adversity Guide You To Destiny Author: Dr. Kemberly E. McKenzie Release Date: July 24, 2010 Dr. Kemberly Elaine McKenzie was born in Washington, D.C. and reared in Takoma Park, Md.  She...

    Radical

    “Why am I a radical? Because in order to live up to our promise as a nation, we cannot rest until we provide a quality education for all our children. If America is truly...

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