Books

  • Who’s Afraid of Post-Blackness?

    “We’re in a post-Black era when our identity options are limitless. And there’s no going back… Post-Black means we are like Obama: rooted in but not restricted by Blackness… Our community is too diverse, complex, imaginative, dynamic, fluid, creative, and beautiful ...

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  • Reader’s Corner: Ageless Beauty

    “Ageless Beauty is for all women and teens of multiple ethnicities who want to look great and take better care of their skin. Whether your skin color is chocolate, ivory, mocha, caramel or bronze, you should feel fabulous about yourself [and] look gorgeous every day… Have fun ...

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  • Reader’s Corner: “An Uncaged Eagle”

    “This autobiography tells the story of my life while highlighting some of the tremendous people who helped me overcome adversities I faced and become who I am today. The odyssey begins with my family’s escape from the Ku Klux Klan in the backwoods of Louisiana in 1942. It continues ...

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  • Reader’s Corner: The Day Crazy Came to Dinner

    Fresh off the success of her first novel, author Nikki Jenkins returns with a new tale that’s surely set to take readers on an unforgettable ride. The Day Crazy Came to Dinner tells the story of a dysfunctional family as they prepare for their annual Thanksgiving feast. As most households ...

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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 are healthiest, according to Eating Well To Stay Well author J. ...

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  • 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 trouble from coming their way. But, when a quintet of five ...

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