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Marshall (Xulon Press, Jun 11, 2020) God Bless Our Divided America: Unity, Politics and History from a Biblical Perspective by Michael West (Foundations 4 Readiness, Mar 05, 2020) A Night In Babylon by Jewell Parker Rhodes (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, Mar 03, 2020) Black Brother, Black Brother by Joseph S. Spence (WestBowPress, Feb 21, 2020) Sincerely Speaking Spiritually by M.J. Fievre (Mango Publishing, Jan 14, 2020) Badass Black Girl: Questions, Quotes, and Affirmations for Teens by Toni Morrison (Knopf, Jan 14, 2020) The Source of Self-Regard: Selected Essays, Speeches, and Meditations by Michelle Alexander (The New Press, Jan 07, 2020) The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness by Evelyn Coleman (Simon & Schuster, Jan 04, 2020) What A Woman’s Gotta Do by Camryn King (Dafina, Dec 31, 2019) Snapshot by Alice Walker (Mariner Books, Dec 10, 2019) The Color Purple by Mary J. Taylor (Sojourner Truth Press, Dec 01, 2019) Book of Letters by EA Luetkemeyer (Laughing Buddha Books, Nov 12, 2019) Penitentiary Tales: A Love Story by Jaquira Diaz (Algonquin Books, Oct 29, 2019) Ordinary Girls: A Memoir by Lupita Nyong’o (Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, Oct 15, 2019) Sulwe by Saeed Jones (Simon & Schuster, Oct 08, 2019) How We Fight for Our Lives: A Memoir by John Valentine (Amami Books, Oct 01, 2019) The Clan of Southern Man by Floyd L. Griffin Jr. (Xlibris, Sep 25, 2019) Life: Four Quarters Plus Overtime by Maitefa Angaza (Dafina, Sep 24, 2019) Kwanzaa: From Holiday to Every Day by Ta-Nehisi Coates (One World, Sep 24, 2019) The Water Dancer by Jacqueline Woodson (Riverhead Books, Sep 17, 2019) Red at the Bone by Hanif Abdurraqib (Tin House Books, Sep 03, 2019) A Fortune for Your Disaster by Asiya Wadud (Ugly Duckling Presse, Sep 01, 2019) Syncope by H. J. Harris (New Paradigm Publishing, Aug 27, 2019) Solving The Race Issue In America by Travis Peagler (Script Novel, Aug 15, 2019) Jacob’s Ghetto by Ibram X. Kendi (One World, Aug 13, 2019) How to Be an Antiracist by Kalisha Buckhanon (Counterpoint, Jul 30, 2019) Speaking of Summer: A Novel by Mary B. Morrison (Dafina, Jul 30, 2019) I Do Love You Still by Jay Wright (Flood Editions, Jul 29, 2019) The Prime Anniversary by Jewel Caston-Mendoza (BookBaby, Jul 29, 2019) Verses by Willis L. Drake (Lulu, May 23, 2019) I Missed the Bus, But I Arrived On Time! by Matthew A. Cherry (Kokila, May 14, 2019) Hair Love by Robert Fleming (Indigo Ink, Apr 19, 2019) Evil Never Sleeps: Tales of Light and Darkness by Octavia Butler (Grand Central Publishing, Apr 16, 2019) Parable of the Sower by Renée Watson and Ellen Hagan (Bloomsbury YA, Apr 03, 2019) Watch Us Rise by Kwame Alexander (Versify, Apr 02, 2019) The Undefeated by Jason Reynolds (Atheneum Books for Young Readers, Apr 02, 2019) For Every One by Lamar Giles (Versify, Apr 02, 2019) The Last Last-Day-of-Summer by Craig Robinson and Adam Mansbach (Crown Books for Young Readers, Mar 26, 2019) Jake the Fake Goes for Laughs by Penny Mickelbury (BLF Press, Mar 26, 2019) God’s Will and Other Lies: Stories by Bradley Fowler (Independently Published, Feb 24, 2019) Why I Sued the Bible Publishers by Jerry Craft (HarperCollins, Feb 05, 2019) New Kid by Christopher M. Rutledge (Kindle Direct Publishing, Feb 01, 2019) ASCLEPIUS by Loyall Wilson (Loyall Wilson, Jan 31, 2019) The King of No: A Financial Firefighter by Maurice Carlos Ruffin (One World, Jan 29, 2019) We Cast a Shadow: A Novel by Bridgett M. Davis (Little, Brown and Company, Jan 29, 2019) The World According to Fannie Davis: My Mother’s Life in the Detroit Numbers by Alicia D. Williams (Atheneum/Caitlyn Dlouhy Books, Jan 15, 2019) Genesis Begins Again by Carole Boston Weatherford (Little Bee Books, Jan 15, 2019) The Roots of Rap: 16 Bars on the 4 Pillars of Hip-Hop by Mariah Thomas (Independently Published, Jan 01, 2019) Heart and Soul: Poems of Thoughts & Emotions by Alice Faye Duncan (Sterling Children’s Books, Jan 01, 2019) A Song for Gwendolyn Brooks by Glenda R. Taylor (Amh Publishers, Dec 15, 2018) Corridors of Genius: Excavating the Consciousness, Creative Process & Artistry of Michael Jackson by Joan Wright Lewis (Joval Publishing, Dec 01, 2018) Destini the Chocolate Princess by Michelle Obama (Crown, Nov 13, 2018) Becoming by Tae Edmonds (Suits for Seniors
, Nov 10, 2018) Adventures of the Rich and Famous by Tenesha Jarvis (AuthorHouse, Oct 22, 2018) The Zion & Zara Stories: The Big Bike Race by Oge Mora (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, Oct 02, 2018) Thank You, Omu! by Ron Howell (Empire State Editions, Oct 02, 2018) Boss of Black Brooklyn: The Life and Times of Bertram L. Baker by Joy Thomas Moore (Grand Central Life & Style, Sep 18, 2018) The Power of Presence by Norwood Holland (Windmill Books, Sep 17, 2018) Material Witness: The Drew Smith Series (Book 3) by Jackie Hill Perry (B&H Publishing Group, Sep 03, 2018) Gay Girl, Good God: The Story of Who I Was, and Who God Has Always Been by Ferris Shelton (Off the Common Books, Aug 29, 2018) Seven Full Days by Jacqueline Woodson (Nancy Paulsen Books, Aug 28, 2018) The Day You Begin by James W. Loewen (The New Press, Jul 17, 2018) Sundown Towns: A Hidden Dimension of American Racism by Bernice L. McFadden (Akashic Books, Jul 03, 2018) Praise Song for the Butterflies by Yolanda T. Marshall (Garnalma Press, Jun 13, 2018) Sweet Sorrel Stand by M. J. Simms-Maddox (M. J. Simms-Maddox, Jun 12, 2018) Priscilla: Engaging in the Game of Politics by David Covin (Blue Nile Press, Jun 01, 2018) Raisins in Milk by Milton J. Davis (MVmedia, LLC, May 12, 2018) Terminus: Tales of the Black Fantastic from the ATL by Janet Dewart Bell (The New Press, May 08, 2018) Lighting the Fires of Freedom: African American Women in the Civil Rights Movement by Zora Neale Hurston and Deborah G. Plant (Amistad, May 08, 2018) Barracoon: The Story of the Last “Black Cargo” by Sherrilyn A. Ifill, Loretta Lynch, Bryan Stevenson, and Anthony C. Thompson (The New Press, Mar 06, 2018) A Perilous Path: Talking Race, Inequality, and the Law by Todd Steven Burroughs (Diasporic Africa Press, Feb 14, 2018) Marvel’s Black Panther: A Comic Book Biography, From Stan Lee to Ta-Nehisi Coates by Elizabeth Dowling Taylor (Amistad, Jan 30, 2018) The Original Black Elite: Daniel Murray and the Story of a Forgotten Era by Patrisse Khan-Cullors and asha bandele (St. Martin’s Press, Jan 16, 2018) When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir by Ash Cash (1Brick Publishing, Dec 22, 2017) The Wake Up Call: Financial Inspiration Learned from 4:44 by Cornel West (Vintage, Dec 05, 2017) Race Matters by Keith Gilyard (Duke University Press Books, Oct 05, 2017) Louise Thompson Patterson: A Life of Struggle for Justice by Toni Morrison (Harvard University Press, Sep 18, 2017) The Origin of Others by Cordy Fitzgerald (Shopping Cart Annie, Sep 16, 2017) Shopping Cart Annie by Jesmyn Ward (Scribner, Sep 07, 2017) Sing, Unburied, Sing by Nelson George (Akashic Books, Sep 05, 2017) To Funk and Die in L.A. by Patricia Williams (Dey Street Books, Aug 22, 2017) Rabbit: The Autobiography of Ms. Pat by Ladee Hubbard (Melville House, Aug 08, 2017) The Talented Ribkins by Codis Hampton II (Outskirts Press, Jul 01, 2017) Unchon-ni: South Korea, I Remember 1962-63 by Wendy Jones (Ida Bell Publishing, May 24, 2017) An Extraordinary Life: Josephine E. Jones by David J. Garrow (William Morrow, May 09, 2017) Rising Star: The Making of Barack Obama by Herman J. Fountain Jr. (lulu.com, Jan 22, 2017) When Minorities Lead in America: A Black Theologian’s Political Journey by Michael Eric Dyson (St. Martin’s Press, Jan 17, 2017) Tears We Cannot Stop: A Sermon to White America by Veronica Chambers (St. Martin’s Press, Jan 10, 2017) The Meaning of Michelle: 16 Writers on the Iconic First Lady and How Her Journey Inspires Our Own by Ingrid M. Ellis (The Land of Ellis, Jan 01, 2017) Life AFTER the Down Low by Richard Morris (CreateSpace, Nov 10, 2016) Masjid Morning: A Novel by Cavis Adams (MANA, Nov 06, 2016) Granddaddy by Dina C. Tate (Global Girl’s Squad, Sep 09, 2016) Lizzie & McKenzie’s Fabulous Adventures: Mayhem in Madrid by William L. Ingram (Dog Ear Publishing, Jul 22, 2016) Finding Heaven in the Dark by Carrolyn Pichet (AuthorHouse, Jun 18, 2016) Telling It Like It Is: The Remarkable Life Experiences of My Aunt Edna by Timothy George (MVP Publishing Group LLC, Jun 15, 2016) The Dagger by Walter Mosley (Doubleday, Jun 14, 2016) Charcoal Joe: An Easy Rawlins Mystery by Michael R. Lane (Bare Bones Press, Apr 20, 2016) The Gem Connection by Laura Jackson (EJP Publishing, Apr 13, 2016) Ingleside: Based on a True Story by Michael R. French (Terra Nova Books, Mar 15, 2016) Once Upon a Lie by Leroy Wilson (iUniverse, Feb 29, 2016) Reversal of Trends: A Black Man’s Journey across the Mason-Dixon Line by Sharon Bennett & Beatrice Moore (Amazon Digital Services, Feb 03, 2016) Shoe Fetish 2: Grown Into High Heels by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. (SmileyBooks, Feb 02, 2016) The African Americans: Many Rivers To Cross by Joy Elan (CreateSpace, Jan 28, 2016) Life Is A Canvas by VL Towler (Inimitable Press, Dec 15, 2015) Severed: A Novel by Robert J. Norrell (St. Martin’s Press, Nov 01, 2015) Alex Haley: And The Books That Changed A Nation by Frederick K. Foote, Jr. (Blue Nile Press, Oct 23, 2015) For the Sake of Soul by M. Haynes (CreateSpace, Oct 07, 2015) Legend of the Orange Scepter by Taye Diggs (Feiwel & Friends, Oct 06, 2015) Mixed Me! by Artika R. Tyner (American Bar Association, Sep 01, 2015) The Lawyer As Leader: How To Plant People And Grow Justice by Beverly Johnson (Atria Books, Aug 25, 2015) The Face That Changed It All: A Memoir by S. Leigh Savidge (Xenon Press, Aug 07, 2015) Welcome To Death Row: The Uncensored Oral History of Death Row Records in the Words of Those Who Were There by Ishmael Reed (Baraka Books, Jul 16, 2015) The Complete Muhammad Ali by Fran Ross (New Directions Publishing, Jul 07, 2015) Oreo by Ta-Nehisi Coates (Spiegel & Grau, Jul 01, 2015) Between The World And Me by Geri Spencer Hunter (Blue Nile Press, Jun 05, 2015) The Summer of my Fifteenth Year by Stuart K Robinson (Tallfellow Press, Jun 01, 2015) It All Begins With "I": The "New Rules Of Thinking" And The Simple Secrets To Living A Rich, Joyous And Fulfilled Life by Bruce Watson (Knopf, May 31, 2015) Freedom Summer: The Savage Season That Made Mississippi Burn And Made America A Democracy by Jan Gaye and David Ritz (Amistad, May 01, 2015) After The Dance: My Life With Marvin Gaye by Kelly Brown Douglas (Orbis Books, May 01, 2015) Stand Your Ground: Black Bodies And The Justice Of God by Ylonda Gault Caviness (TarcherPerigee, May 01, 2015) Child, Please: How Mama’s Old-School Lessons Helped Me Check Myself Before I Wrecked Myself by Tony Rose (Amber Books, Apr 28, 2015) America The Black Point Of View by Resmaa Menakem (Hazelden Publishing, Apr 28, 2015) Rock the Boat: How to Use Conflict to Heal and Deepen Your Relationship by Patricia Raybon and Alana Raybon (Thomas Nelson, Apr 28, 2015) Undivided: A Muslim Daughter, Her Christian Mother, Their Path To Peace by Jennifer Teege and Nikola Sellmair (The Experiment, Apr 15, 2015) My Grandfather Would Have Shot Me: A Black Woman Discovers Her Family’s Nazi Past by Peter Slevin (Knopf, Apr 07, 2015) Michelle Obama: A Life by Malcolm Gladwell (Grand Central Publishing, Apr 07, 2015) David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants by Gary L. Heyward (Atria Books, Mar 31, 2015) Corruption Officer: From Jail Guard To Perpetrator Inside Rikers Island by Jill Marie Snyder (AuthorHouse, Mar 05, 2015) Dear Mary, Dear Luther by Devon A. Mihesuah (Clarity Press, Feb 25, 2015) American Indians: Sterotypes & Realities by James Mcgrath Morris (Amistad, Feb 17, 2015) Eye On The Struggle: Ethel Payne, The First Lady Of The Black Press by April Ryan (Rowman & Littlefield, Feb 15, 2015) The Presidency in Black and White: My Up-Close View of Three Presidents and Race in America by Ben Jealous, and Trabian Shorters (Atria Books, Feb 03, 2015) Reach: 40 Black Men Speak On Living, Leading, And Succeeding by Bernice L. McFadden (Akashic Books, Feb 03, 2015) Loving Donovan by Brenda Ross (AuthorHouse, Jan 20, 2015) Bibsy by Brad Meltzer (Dial Books for Young Readers, Jan 08, 2015) I Am Jackie Robinson by Lynda Blackmon Lowery (Dial Books for Young Readers, Jan 08, 2015) Turning 15 On The Road To Freedom: My Story Of The Selma Voting Rights March by Roland Leander Williams Jr. (Syracuse University Press, Jan 06, 2015) Black Male Frames: African Americans In A Century Of Hollywood Cinema, 1903-2003 (Television And Popular Culture) by William J. Maxwell (Princeton University Press, Jan 04, 2015) F.B. Eyes: How J. Edgar Hoover’s Ghostreaders Framed African American Literature by C. Nicole Swiner (C.Nicole Swiner, MD, Dec 29, 2014) How To Avoid The Superwoman Complex: 12 Ways To Balance Mind, Body & Spirit by Leah Wright Rigueur (Princeton University Press, Dec 28, 2014) The Loneliness Of The Black Republican: Pragmatic Politics And The Pursuit Of Power (Politics And Society In Twentieth-Century America) by Don Spears (Spears Publishing, Dec 19, 2014) Praedamus Let Us Prey Selling Heaven: It’s All An Illusion by Misty Copeland (Touchstone, Dec 16, 2014) Life in Motion: An Unlikely Ballerina by Ida B. Wells (Penguin Classics, Nov 25, 2014) The Light Of Truth: Writings Of An Anti-Lynching Crusader by Sarah Washington O’Neal Rush (To Be Determined, Nov 24, 2014) Rising Up From the Blood: A Legacy Reclaimed- A Bridge Forward: The Autobiography of Sarah Washington O’Neal Rush, The Great-Granddaughter of Booker T. Washington by David Covin (Path Press, Nov 15, 2014) Princes Of The Road by Rudolph Lewis (Black Academy Press, Incorporated, Nov 14, 2014) Mockingbirds At Jerusalem: A Poetic Memoir by Bill Duke and Shelia P. Moses (Amistad, Nov 11, 2014) Dark Girls by Jennifer Lopez (Celebra, Nov 04, 2014) True Love by Maya Angelou (Knopf, Oct 28, 2014) Rainbow in the Cloud: The Wisdom and Spirit of Maya Angelou by Jeff Chang (St. Martin’s Press, Oct 21, 2014) Who We Be: The Colorization of America by Angelia Vernon Menchan (acVernon Menchan, Oct 10, 2014) Felina’s Life and Loves: The Felix Women I by Kevin Wayne Williams (Mott Haven Books, Oct 02, 2014) Everything I Know About Zombies, I Learned In Kindergarten by Robbin Shipp and Nick Chiles (Agate Bolden, Oct 01, 2014) Justice While Black: Helping African-American Families Navigate and Survive the Criminal Justice System by Robbin Shipp and Nick Chiles (Agate Bolden, Oct 01, 2014) Justice While Black: Helping African-American Families Navigate and Survive the Criminal Justice System by Mark Obama Ndesandjo (Lyons Press, Sep 29, 2014) An Obama’s Journey: My Odyssey Of Self-Discovery Across Three Cultures by W. B. Garvey (Jonkro Books, Sep 22, 2014) White Gold by Mark Whitaker (Gallery Books, Sep 16, 2014) Cosby: His Life and Times by Clarence Page (Agate Bolden, Sep 09, 2014) Culture Worrier: Selected Columns 1984-2014: Reflections On Race, Politics And Social Change by Bill T. Jones (Princeton University Press, Sep 07, 2014) Story/Time: The Life Of An Idea (The Toni Morrison Lecture Series) by Craig Steven Wilder (Bloomsbury Press, Sep 02, 2014) Ebony and Ivy: Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of America’s Universities by Brian E. Moran and Malta Justice Initiative (Significance Press, Aug 18, 2014) The Justice Imperative: How Hyper-Incarceration Has Hijacked The American Dream by Grant Harper Reid (Dr. Grant Harper Reid, Aug 11, 2014) Rhythm For Sale by Tracy Strawberry and Darryl Strawberry (Howard Books, Aug 05, 2014) The Imperfect Marriage: Help For Those Who Think It’s Over by Etta B. Harbin (Tate Publishing & Enterprises, LLC, Jul 08, 2014) Martin Luther King Bullavoid by Wayne Pharr (Chicago Review Press, Jul 01, 2014) Nine Lives Of A Black Panther: A Story Of Survival by Nina Foxx (Brown Girls Books, Jul 01, 2014) Momma: Gone by Pat Simmons (CreateSpace, Jun 21, 2014) Not Guilty of Love: The Jamieson (Vol 2) by Victoria Christopher Murray (Touchstone, Jun 17, 2014) Forever An Ex by Edward Lewis (Atria Books, Jun 10, 2014) The Man from Essence: Creating a Magazine for Black Women by David Covin (Blue Nile Press, Jun 06, 2014) Prodigal by Dennis Kimbro (Palgrave Macmillan, Jun 03, 2014) The Wealth Choice: Success Secrets of Black Millionaires by Daya Devi-Doolin (Amber Books, Jun 03, 2014) Yoga, Meditation and Spiritual Growth for the African American Community by Steve Harvey and Denene Millner (Amistad, Jun 03, 2014) Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man, Expanded Edition: What Men Really Think About Love, Relationships, Intimacy, and Commitment by Toni Braxton (Amistad, May 20, 2014) Unbreak My Heart: A Memoir by James E. Clyburn (University of South Carolina Press, May 01, 2014) Blessed Experiences: Genuinely Southern, Proudly Black by Diane Proctor Reeder (Written Images, Apr 30, 2014) What The Word Be: Why Black English Is The King’s (James) English! by Ben Burgess Jr. (Ben Burgess Jr., Apr 16, 2014) Wounded by Edouard Kayihura and Kerry Zukus (BenBella Books, Apr 01, 2014) Inside The Hotel Rwanda: The Surprising True Story ... And Why It Matters Today by K.M. Jackson (River Hills Press, Mar 31, 2014) Bounce by Russell Simmons (Knopf, Mar 04, 2014) Success Through Stillness: Meditation Made Simple by Sarah Lewis (Simon & Schuster, Mar 04, 2014) The Rise: Creativity, The Gift Of Failure, And The Search For Mastery by Daniel Beaty (Berkley, Mar 04, 2014) Transforming Pain To Power: Unlock Your Unlimited Potential by Brenda Jackson (Kensington, Mar 04, 2014) Perfect Timing by Rosie Perez (Knopf, Feb 25, 2014) Handbook For An Unpredictable Life: How I Survived Sister Renata And My Crazy Mother, And Still Came Out Smiling (With Great Hair) by Mona Lisa Saloy (Truman State University Press, Feb 17, 2014) Second Line Home: New Orleans Poems by Mahmoud El-Kati (Papyrus Publishing Inc., Feb 17, 2014) The Myth Of Race/The Reality Of Racism: Critical Essays by Marybeth Zeman (Vinegar Hill Press, Feb 07, 2014) Tales Of A Jailhouse Librarian: Challenging The Juvenile Justice System One Book At A Time by Robert Fleming (Urban Christian, Jan 28, 2014) Gift Of Truth by Nicole Thomas (CreateSpace, Jan 20, 2014) My View From The Summit (Vfs) by Carrolyn Pichet (AuthorHouse, Jan 20, 2014) My Lovely Golden Rose: A Lifetime Of Poetic Reflections And Precious Memories by Gloria J. Arnold (Tate Publishing & Enterprises, LLC, Jan 14, 2014) Guiou: The Other Blacks, Second Edition by D. Bryant Simmons (Bravebird Publishing, Jan 02, 2014) How To Knock A Bravebird From Her Perch (The Morrow Girls) by Yaba Blay (BLACKprint Press, Dec 21, 2013) (1)Ne Drop: Shifting The Lens On Race by Dinesh Sharma and Uwe P. Gielen (Routledge, Dec 05, 2013) The Global Obama: Crossroads Of Leadership In The 21St Century (Leadership: Research And Practice) by Cole Riley (Strebor Books, Nov 26, 2013) Little White Lies (Zane Presents) by Jeff Henderson (SmileyBooks, Nov 04, 2013) If You Can See It, You Can Be It: 12 Street-Smart Recipes For Success by Rodney L. Demery (Independently Published, Oct 27, 2013) No Place for Race by Sonya Dunn (JEMH Publishing, Oct 16, 2013) The Bedroom: An Everlasting Love Story by Al Sharpton and Nick Chiles (Cash Money Content, Oct 08, 2013) The Rejected Stone by Nnedi Okorafor (Prime Books, Oct 04, 2013) Kabu Kabu by Harvey Stein, Herb Boyd, and Miss Rosen (Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., Sep 28, 2013) Harlem Street Portraits by Nazaree Hines-Starr (CreateSpace, Sep 17, 2013) Why Every Black Woman Should Marry A Jewish Man: A Book For All Women Looking For The Perfect "Alpha" Male by Jesmyn Ward (Bloomsbury USA, Sep 17, 2013) Men We Reaped by James Baldwin (Vintage Books, Sep 12, 2013) Go Tell It on the Mountain by Gary Younge (Haymarket Books, Sep 10, 2013) The Speech: The Story Behind Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’S Dream
by Carla Kaplan (HarperCollins Publishers, Sep 10, 2013) Miss Anne In Harlem: The White Women Of The Black Renaissance by Michael W. Nellums and Walter Milton Jr. (One-L Group, Sep 02, 2013) A Matter Of Life Or Death, Why Black Men Must Save Black Boys In America’s Public Schools by Adrian Miller (The University of North Carolina Press, Aug 15, 2013) Soul Food: The Surprising Story Of An American Cuisine, One Plate At A Time by Jerry Oppenheimer (Palgrave Macmillan, Aug 13, 2013) Crazy Rich: Power, Scandal, And Tragedy Inside The Johnson & Johnson Dynasty by Laura Gottesdiener (Zuccotti Park Press, Aug 13, 2013) A Dream Foreclosed: Black America And The Fight For A Place To Call Home (Occupied Media Pamphlet Series) by Sheryl K. Carkhum-Lord (Xlibris, Jul 18, 2013) African Venus by Reza Aslan (Knopf, Jul 16, 2013) Zealot: The Life And Times Of Jesus Of Nazareth by Romal J. Tune (Judson Press, Jun 18, 2013) God’s Graffiti: Inspiring Stories For Teens by Amy Novesky (HMH Books for Young Readers, Jun 18, 2013) Mister And Lady Day: Billie Holiday And The Dog Who Loved Her by C. Nicole Mason (Three Ducks in a Row Publishing, Jun 15, 2013) Me First: A Deliciously Selfish Take on Life by Kevin Prufer (Pleiades Press, Jun 15, 2013) Russell Atkins: On the Life & Work of an American Master by Carl Hart (Amistad, Jun 11, 2013) High Price: A Neuroscientist’s Journey of Self-Discovery That Challenges Everything You Know About Drugs and Society by Ester Nicholson (Agape Media International, Jun 07, 2013) Soul Recovery: 12 Keys To Healing Addiction . . . And 12 Steps For The Rest Of Us–A Path To Wholeness, Serenity, And Success by Victoria Christopher Murray (Touchstone, Jun 04, 2013) Never Say Never by Jaron Lanier (Simon & Schuster, May 07, 2013) Who Owns The Future? by Gabrielle Douglas (Amistad, May 04, 2013) Raising The Bar by Pynk and Carol Taylor (Insatiable Press, May 01, 2013) Insignificant Others by Walter Mosley, Christopher Chambers, Michael A. Gonzales, Gar Anthony Haywood, Ron Fortier, Joe R. Lansdale, Gary Phillips, Mel Odom, Tommy Hancock, D. Alan Lewis, Derrick Ferguson, and Kimberly Richardson (CreateSpace, Apr 17, 2013) Black Pulp by ReShonda Tate Billingsley (Strebor Books, Apr 09, 2013) The Motherhood Diaries by Michael J. Sandel (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Apr 02, 2013) What Money Can’t Buy: The Moral Limits Of Markets by Eric Draper (University of Texas Press, Apr 01, 2013) Front Row Seat: A Photographic Portrait Of The Presidency Of George W. Bush (Focus On American History Series) by Elaine Richardson (Parlor Press, Mar 30, 2013) Phd To Ph.D.: How Education Saved My Life by Carrolyn Pichet (AuthorHouse, Mar 29, 2013) Growing Up In The Nation’s Capital: We Made It, But It Took An Entire Village by Deneen Borelli (Threshold Editions, Mar 26, 2013) Blacklash: How Obama and the Liberal Left Are Driving Americans to the Government Plantation by Mary K. Bloodsworth-Lugo and Dan Flory (Routledge, Mar 22, 2013) Race, Philosophy, And Film (Routledge Studies In Contemporary Philosophy) by Michael Lenehan (Agate Midway, Mar 12, 2013) Ramblers: Loyola Chicago 1963 — The Team that Changed the Color of College Basketball
by G. Louis Jackson (CreateSpace, Mar 09, 2013) When Frogs Grow Feet by Cynthia Mckinney (Clarity Press, Mar 01, 2013) Ain’t Nothing Like Freedom by James H. Cone (Orbis Books, Feb 21, 2013) The Cross and the Lynching Tree by Gil Robertson (Bolden Books, Feb 12, 2013) Where Did Our Love Go: Love and Relationships in the African-American Community by Michelle Rhee (Harper, Feb 05, 2013) Radical: Fighting To Put Students First by Tavis Smiley (SmileyBooks, Feb 05, 2013) Fail Up: 20 Lessons on Building Success from Failure by Leonard Freed and Michael Eric Dyson (J. Paul Getty Museum, Feb 05, 2013) This Is The Day: The March On Washington by Jonathan Anthony Burkett (Jonathan Anthony Burkett Publications, Feb 01, 2013) Neglected But Undefeated: The Life Of A Boy Who Never Knew A Mother’s Love by Jeanne Theoharis (Beacon Press, Jan 29, 2013) The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks by Andrea Stuart (Knopf, Jan 22, 2013) Sugar in the Blood: A Family’s Story of Slavery and Empire by Jane Critchlow (, Jan 10, 2013) Some of My Best Friends: A White Woman’s Journey into Racial Profiling by Miki Turner (CreateSpace, Jan 03, 2013) Journey To The Woman I’ve Come To Love: Affirmations From Women Who Have Fallen In Love--With Themselves (Volume 1) by Toni Morrison (Knopf, Jan 01, 2013) Home by L.E.Chavous (EOTO Publishing www.eotobooks.com, Jan 01, 2013) Dreams of My Ancestors by Manishtana (Hyphen Publishing NYC, Dec 29, 2012) Thoughts From A Unicorn: 100% Black. 100% Jewish. 0% Safe. by Robert Fleming (Urban Christian, Dec 24, 2012) Gift Of Faith by Caroline A Jhingory (Caroline Jhingory, Dec 21, 2012) Half My Size: How I Ate To Lose 150Lbs by Gabrielle Douglas and Michelle Burford (Zonderkidz, Dec 19, 2012) Grace, Gold, And Glory My Leap Of Faith by T. Styles (The Cartel Publications, Dec 01, 2012) Black & Ugly As Ever by Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o (Pantheon Books, Nov 06, 2012) In The House Of The Interpreter: A Memoir by Peter Benjaminson (Chicago Review Press, Nov 01, 2012) Mary Wells: The Tumultuous Life Of Motown’s First Superstar by F. Y. Dawn (AuthorHouse, Oct 31, 2012) What Love Feels Like by Gary Golio (Clarion Books, Oct 23, 2012) Spirit Seeker: John Coltrane’s Musical Journey by Russell A. Mebane (lulu.com, Oct 18, 2012) Squirrels & Puppies: Dark Morality Tales by Barack Obama and Gregory Reed (Amber Books, Oct 15, 2012) Obama Talks Back: Global Lessons - A Dialogue With America’s Young Leaders by David S. Cecelski (The University of North Carolina Press, Sep 29, 2012) The Fire Of Freedom: Abraham Galloway And The Slaves’ Civil War by Aileen Muhammad (Trafford Publishing, Sep 28, 2012) Cowards And Angels by Keri Day (Orbis Books, Sep 25, 2012) Unfinished Business: Black Women, The Black Church, And The Struggle To Thrive In America by James Bennett Jr. (CreateSpace, Sep 25, 2012) The Manual: A Guide To Achievement & Enlightment In The Urban Community by Ann Coulter (Sentinel, Sep 25, 2012) Mugged: Racial Demagoguery From The Seventies To Obama by Edward J. 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