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  1. Through inquiry, interviews and images, the newly released book Giving Back: A Tribute to Generations of African American Philanthropists explores the question: How do you define philanthropy? As author of Giving Back, I, along with photographer Charles W. Thomas, engaged over 200 Black donors and posed questions about giving and generosity within African American communities. Juxtaposing photographs and narratives, Giving Back illuminates transcendent truths and elicits new thinking about philanthropy. Even after working nearly five years to create Giving Back, I remain interested in hearing more about how African Americans define and engage in "philanthropy." So...what's your story? You can learn more about the book Giving Back and African American generosity at valaida.com.
  2. I share this here because Kimberla has been a long time supporter of AALBC.com. She was already a successful author when we first met in 1999. I was at convention called the National African American Cultural Expo in Philadelphis it was one of the first events where I exhibited as a vendor. E. Lynn Harris (RIP), Omar Tyree, Donna Hill and many other authors who are still writing today. If you get a change check out Kimberla work: SECRET OBSESSION by New Times Bestselling Author, Kimberla Lawson Roby goes on sale nationwide today, Tuesday September 6. Click here: http://aalbc.it/secretob to order your copy and get a 44% discount!
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