Stokely Carmichael - John Glover Speaks

Ready for Revolution: The Life and Struggles of Stokely Carmichael will forever be one of my favorite reads. What made this extra special for me? I was reading about someone whom I knew on a personal level and he had a profound effect on me, my thinking and how I view my people. To be in […]

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Why Men Hate Going To Church

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Why Men Hate Going To Church - John Glover Speaks

Why Men Hate Going To Church is a book I purchased a few months ago. I was traveling and left my Sirius satellite Radio at home so as I was flipping through the radio stations I overheard this conversation talking about men, or better yet the lack of them so I decided to stop and […]

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They Came Before Columbus - John Glover Speaks

They Came Before Columbus – By Ivan Van Sertima They Came Before Columbus reveals a compelling, dramatic, and superbly detailed documentation of the presence and legacy of Africans in ancient America. Examining navigation and shipbuilding; cultural analogies between Native Americans and Africans; the transportation of plants, animals, and textiles between the continents; and the diaries, journals, and […]

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The Conspiracy to Destroy Black Women

March 16, 2014
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The Conspiracy to Destroy Black Women – By Michael Porter It has long been argued that women, especially black women, have been relegated to a second-class status in American society, and despite modern advances Black women remain subject to debilitating discrimination in many areas of life. This book presents a fresh perspective on the many facets […]

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Kill Them Before They Grow: Misdiagnosis of African American Boys in American Classrooms

March 16, 2014
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Kill Them Before They Grow by Michael Porter Examining how African American males end up in dead-end classes, this book explores what must be done to change this trend, asking such questions as What happens to these boys in special education? and How can educators and communities reduce the number of African American boys receiving Ritalin […]

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The Isis Papers

March 16, 2014
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The Isis Papers – By Frances Cress Welsing She gives a wide range of white supremacy neuroses in America through the collection of 25 essays. During the course of the struggle of African people against European racism, brutality and domination, many innovative thinkers have risen from our ranks. The greatest and most courageous scholars have devoted their […]

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Black Labor, White Wealth

March 16, 2014
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Black Labor, White Wealth: The Search for Power and Economic Justice – By Dr. Claud Anderson: Dr. Anderson’s first book is a classic. It tracks slavery and Jim Crow public policies that used black labor to construct a superpower nation. It details how black people were socially engineered into the lowest level of a real life […]

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Black Economics: Solutions for Economic and Community Empowerment

March 16, 2014
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Black Economics: Solutions for Economic and Community Empowerment – By Jawanza Kunjufu: This micro- and macro-analysis of economic conditions in the black community explores why African Americans earn only 61 percent of white American income, why many African Americans prefer to maintain a ‘good job’ rather than own and operate their own businesses, and why African […]

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The African Origin of Civilization

March 16, 2014
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The African Origin of Civilization: Myth or Reality – By Cheikh Anta Diop Now in its 30th printing, this classic presents historical, archaeological, and anthropological evidence to support the theory that ancient Egypt was a black civilization. A Senegalese Egyptologist makes the case that both mankind and civilization started with black people. It argues that Ancient […]

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