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    Popsicle Goes to Church

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- Pre-schoolers and young children now have a new way to learn about faith, thanks to a book release by Connecticut-based writer Cristal Baker. Popsicle Goes to Church, is a storybook with...

    Reader’s Corner

    The Truth Inside Africa Thoughts of Africa draw images as diverse as the people residing on the massive continent. But according to Noah G. Kumi, author of The Truth Inside Africa, much of those thoughts...

    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...

    Pageants, Parlors & Pretty Women: Race and Beauty in the 20th Century South

    “ tells us how Jim Crow and civil rights were expressed in southern women’s bodies. Using female beauty as a lens, the book brings into focus an untold social and cultural history of southern...

    Desert Rose: The Life and Legacy of Coretta Scott King

    “Coretta was determined-- through education, art, faith, and social activism-- to do all she could to create a better life for herself, her family and people around the world. In doing so, her life...

    The Protest Psychosis: How Schizophrenia Became a Black Disease

    “This book tells the story of how race gets written into the definition of mental illness... The book also shows how historical concerns about racial protest reverberate through treatment institutions and… explores the processes...

    The Author’s Corner

    Title: Boyfriend Author: Faye McCray Release: E-Book Available Now! Date: Paperback Available April 17 Faye McCray is a native New Yorker and current resident of the Washington, DC metropolitan area where she resides with her husband...

    Author’s Corner – Overlords Karma: Miami’s Urban Chronicles Volume I

    Hailing from Miami, Fla., Thomas Barr was born in Lake City, S.C., home of the second African-American astronaut, Dr. Ronald E. McNair, who was killed on the Challenger space mission. At age 17 he...

    Reader’s Corner

    Create Dangerously: The Immigrant Artist at Work In this personal, descriptive tome, Haitian-born writer Edwidge Danticat shares her thoughts on art, immigration and living in exile. The book, inspired by Albert Camus’ lecture “Create Dangerously,”...

    Seven Key Ingredients to Happily Living & Loving Together

    “Jamillah and David Lamb are the dynamic couple behind the successful Off-Broadway play ‘Platanos Y Collard Greens’ which is enjoying its 9th year-running. For years, they have worked side by side, 24/7, to create...

    God’s Graffiti: Inspiring Stories for Teens

    “I was raised in poverty, surrounded by drug dealers, gangs and community violence. My mother was addicted to crack cocaine and alcohol. I rarely went to church… somehow God’s grace found and saved...

    Book Review: How Could My Husband Be Gay?

    “Have you ever ignored any red flags regarding your mate? ‘How Could My Husband Be Gay?’ may cause you to never make that mistake again… is an autobiographical look into the life of Ondrea...

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