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My Lord, She’s A Black Woman: 5 Must-Read Books Written By Powerful Women Of Color

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By Shadea L. Blyther | Have you ever felt discouraged or even a little melancholy in your life and wasn’t sure what to do? Maybe it was when you were a teenager with mood swings, going through body changes and dealing with so-called friends; all while trying to figure out who you were and what your purpose …

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Introducing: Jesse Owens, a Passionate New Poet with a Heart…

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by Cheryl Woodruff-Brooks I am absolutely delighted and honored to introduce to some and present to others, the writings of my fellow college alum, Mr. Jesse Owens!  Jesse is a father, an athlete, an engineer, and now an author. He has just released his first book, Chronicles of a Different State of Mind.  Jesse is also a contributing ...

Moral Combat Explored: A Chat With Dr. Sikivu Hutchinson

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She's black; she's a feminist; and she's an atheist.  Author and lecturer Dr. Sikivu Hutchinson makes no pretense about her progressive "non- beliefs."  In her book, Moral Combat: Black Atheists, Gender Politics, and the Values Wars, Dr. Hutchinson reveals how atheists of color are challenging the whiteness of "New Atheism" and its singular emphasis on ...