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We Are Not Yet Equal: Understanding Our Racial Divide” by Carol Anderson with Tonya Bolden, foreword by Nic Stone

Your blood is red. You were born with the same number of bones, ears, and appendages as everybody else and your requirements are food, air, water, shelter and love. Indeed, you’re just like other humans – but as you’ll see ...

Interview: Multi-Grammy Nominee and Author Ledisi Talks New Book, The Walk: Accepting Your Life As It is Now

12x Grammy-nominated songstress, actor and author Ledisi recently released her new book, The Walk: Accepting Your Life As It is Now with Noah’s Ark Publishing (2018). Known for giving outstanding tributes, twice to the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, Ledisi ...

“You Are a Mogul” by Tiffany Pham

You’ve been thinking about it for weeks. That idea you’ve got in your head won’t let you go. It’s too intriguing: it solves a problem, helps people, and it could be a money-maker. So what next? In the new book ...

New York Times Bestselling Author and Parenting Expert Dr. Tina Payne Bryson to Speak at the DoSeum

The DoSeum proudly announces New York Times bestselling author Dr. Tina Payne Bryson as the keynote speaker and guest at their 9th Annual Outside the Lunchbox Luncheon on Friday, October 12, 2018. Dr. Payne Bryson is a psychotherapist and the ...

“Washington Black” by Esi Edugyan

You need to get out of here. You don’t know where. You just have to go to another room, maybe, or another building, another town, across the world. You need to get out of here but, as in the new ...

“American Prison: A Reporter’s Undercover Journey into the Business of Punishment” by Shane Bauer

You cannot escape. You’re stuck where you are and, though you’ll rail and squirm, resist and rant, you decide in the end that there’s little you can do but wait the situation out. Whether it’s in mind or in body, ...

“John Woman: A Novel” by Walter Mosley

Clothes, as they say, make the man. So do his language and demeanor – but what else? Did his parents or teachers make him who he is? Is it income, peer pressure, the movies he sees, jobs he holds, or ...

Book Shares Inspirational Stories Of Christian Entrepreneurs Working Toward A Greater Purpose

In a society where workforces—especially executives—are encouraged to keep their professional lives and spiritual lives separate, Jeff Holler's Bigger Than Business: Real-World Stories of Business Owners Living Their Purpose is a thought-provoking testimonial to the power of a faith-driven existence—even ...

“Housegirl” by Michael Donkor

You’re up for this. This next thing is going to be a challenge, but you’re ready. You’ve studied it as much as you can and you’ve thought it through, you’re bringing your best talents and your keenest observation skills, and ...

Woodward's revelations raise disturbing questions about Trump

Bob Woodward's charges that top national security staff find themselves compelled to protect the world from President Donald Trump should, in any normal time, precipitate an almost unprecedented national emergency.

“Gigged: The End of the Job and The Future of Work” by Sarah Kessler

Your allowance was never enough, as a kid. Oh, sure, it bought you what you needed but what you wanted, well, you had to figure that out yourself. A dime here, a dollar there, little chores-for-pay, tasks for Grandma and ...

New Pence book deems VP a 'shadow president'

The first major book focusing on Vice President Mike Pence during his time in the executive branch is set to be released Tuesday.

Compelling Bestseller Helps Families Of Missing Children Cope With Unspeakable Grief

Four years ago, Marie White's youngest child was abducted, and in that instant, White's family became one of a frightening statistic.

An Interview with Houston Public Library Quarterly (HPLQ) Author Attica Locke

Houston native, Hollywood writer Attica Locke will discuss her latest award-winning mystery novel, Bluebird,Bluebird on Wednesday, August 29, 2018 at 6:30 PM to 8 PM in the Houston Public Library’s Julia Ideson Building Auditorium, 550 McKinney St., 77002. After the ...

“How Not to Get Shot – And Other Advice From White People” by D.L. Hughley and Doug Moe

Put your hands in the air and don’t move. Keep ‘em where they can be seen. Get down, get down, get down, get on the ground! Those are words that nobody wants to hear but read “How Not to Get ...

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