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    Eating Well To Stay Well, by J. McNair-Gaffney

    There are many advertising gimmicks, heard daily on TV and radio, stating how quickly their “miracle” products can help one lose weight. But instead of focusing on losing weight, Americans should learn which foods...

    ‘Fail Up: 20 Lessons on Building Success from Failure’

    “If they’re being honest, most people who have ever succeeded in any human endeavor will tell you they learned more from their failures than they ever learned from their successes… Failure is an inevitable...

    Reader’s Corner: Just Want to Testify

    Author Pearl Cleage weaves a sultry tale set in the city of Atlanta’s West End district. Blue Hamilton, the district’s unofficial mayor and protector, looks after local residents and ensures that he will prevent...

    Reader’s Corner: ‘Eye of the Hurricane’

    “You may have heard of me, Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter, as having been a professional prizefighter. That, along with having been a wrongly convicted person who had to spend twenty years behind bars for a...

    Book Review: ‘Pass It Down Cookbook’

    “The Pass It Down Cookbook is filled with recipes that reflect the generations-long need to document and share our history and culture… The recipes in this book are accompanied by personal stories that provide...

    My Infamous Life: The Autobiography of Mobb Deep’s Prodigy

    Busting onto the scene in the mid 1990s, hip hop duo Mobb Deep quickly ascended from being two inner-city youths to one of the most revered groups in hip hop. My Infamous Life takes...

    The House by the Side of the Road: The Selma Civil Rights Movement

    While many stories have depicted the turbulent tale of the Selma, Ala. Voting Rights Campaign during the African-American Civil Rights Movement, very few have offered firsthand, behind-the-scenes glimpses into the activities of its major...

    ‘Navigating the Seven Seas’

    Father and son, Melvin G. Williams Sr. and Melvin G. Williams Jr., come together to share their experiences in leadership from over 60 years of service as high-achieving members in the United States Navy....

    Book Review – ‘D.C. Unmasked & Undressed: A Memoir’

    “D.C. Unmasked & Undressed is a memoir. The story of my life includes events, characters and insights related to my miserable childhood, my legal career, and my varied sexual adventures. It can be summarized...

    ‘True You: A Journey to Finding and Loving Yourself’

    “Writing my first book was an adventure comes from my heart with love… This is not an autobiography. It’s a journey that I am still taking to love and accept myself just as...

    The Greedy Mouth and Upset Stomach

    With his new series of children’s books, author and musician Larry Yates encourages children to adopt healthy eating habits early on. The first book in the series, The Greedy Mouth and Upset Stomach, uses...

    ‘Raw Law: An Urban Guide to Criminal Justice’

    “I understand that it is really hard out there, when you target a community. I think of this generation as a generation of great swimmers left in an ocean. As you navigate your way...

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