Genre: Education

Pimps in the Pulpit

Pimps in the Pulpit

People go to church for redemption and salvation. Unfortunately some of the people who are charged with the responsibility to provide it have other agendas, some not so savory. More info →
Played in Full: The Marketing Exploitation of Black America

Played in Full: The Marketing Exploitation of Black America

This book examines how institutions and individuals have coalesced into an unlikely alliance of Players who extract wealth from Blacks. More info →
Educating Black Girls

Educating Black Girls

Have Black girls been overlooked: Why are 40 percent of African American females dropping out? More info →
Leadership In The New Normal

Leadership In The New Normal

This book is a short course designed to help you become a more effective leader in your field. It describes modern leadership principles and techniques and illustrates them with stories from the author s vast life experiences. More info →
The Self-Confidence Factor: A Parent’s Guide to Bully Prevention

The Self-Confidence Factor: A Parent’s Guide to Bully Prevention

"The Self-Confidence Factor" provides parents and educators with the information necessary to arm their child with the greatest defense against bullying, CONFIDENCE! More info →
Breaking the Line

Breaking the Line

1967. TWO RIVAL FOOTBALL TEAMS. TWO LEGENDARY COACHES. TWO STAR QUARTERBACKS. TOGETHER THEY BROKE THE COLOR L INE, REVOLUTIONIZED COLLEGE SPORTS, AND TRANSFORMED THE NFL. More info →
Dare to Be Extraordinary

Dare to Be Extraordinary

Extraordinary men and women-we see them in our communities every day. They impact countless lives, they uplift and they inspire. But where did their inspiration come from? How did they become extraordinary? More info →
Green Is Good

Green Is Good

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Genres: Education, History
Renewable energy is good for your wallet. Those who see that opportunity are already seizing it … all the way to the bank. Green Is Good is a no-nonsense guide to how you, the average American, can easily incorporate clean energy and energy efficiency into your daily life and in the process save money, make money, and help wean your community off fossil fuels. More info →
Laff It Off!

Laff It Off!

Some people say that the stress of the "real world" is what stops the laughter from coming. When you grow up there are bills to pay. You've got to work a nine-to-five. You've got relationship troubles. But come on, people, you don't think a kid deals with stuff too? More info →
Young Thurgood: The Making of a Supreme Court Justice

Young Thurgood: The Making of a Supreme Court Justice

The only biography of Thurgood Marshall to be endorsed by Marshall’s immediate family, Young Thurgood is an exhaustively researched and engagingly written work that everyone interested in law, civil rights, American history, and biography will want to read. More info →
Me Too! The Musician’s Pocket Guide To Endorsements

Me Too! The Musician’s Pocket Guide To Endorsements

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Genre: Education
Me Too! The Musician's Pocket Guide To Endorsements uncovers the Taboo, secret world of getting Endorsements. More info →
Twenty-first-Century Complexities of Urban Living in Global Contexts

Twenty-first-Century Complexities of Urban Living in Global Contexts

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Genre: Education
Urban Ills: Twenty First Century Complexities of Urban Living in Global Contexts is a collection of original research which focuses on critical challenges and dilemmas to living in cities. More info →
I Didn’t Ask to Be Born: (But I’m Glad I Was)

I Didn’t Ask to Be Born: (But I’m Glad I Was)

In the tradition of his bestselling books, Fatherhood and Cosbyology, the doctor of comedy holds forth on everything from first love to the Bible. Bill Cosby may not have asked to be born, but we're sure glad he was. More info →
Fail Up

Fail Up

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Genre: Education
This timeless quote by Nobel laureate Samuel Beckett has served as an inspiration for Tavis Smiley’s unprecedented success. By reflecting on his missteps, misdeeds, and miscalculations, the award-winning television and radio broadcaster has learned that while failure is an inevitable part of the human journey, it can also serve as your wisest teacher. More info →
Inner-City Public Schools Still Work!: How One Principal’s Life is Living Proof.
A Man from Another Land

A Man from Another Land

Dual citizenship has been a dream of African-Americans such as W.E.B. DuBois, Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X, but Washington became the first to realize that honor in 2008. A twofold milestone, it was also the first time an African president granted citizenship based on DNA. More info →
The Kings Years

The Kings Years

Historic Moments in the Civil Rights Movement. More info →
Mobilizing the Community

Mobilizing the Community

Hugh B. Price shares the lessons learned while helping to do just that during his tenure as president of the National Urban League. More info →
Acting White: The Curious History of a Racial Slur

Acting White: The Curious History of a Racial Slur

Christie (Black in the White House) aspires to construct a historical account of the pejorative "acting white" and dismantle its legitimacy. He traces the roots of the phrase back to Uncle Tom's Cabin, which "planted the seeds of the idea that black inferiority is the result of blacks seeking favor with whites," but he points to the Black Power movement as the real culprit in propagating the "acting white" slur. More info →
Dead Aid

Dead Aid

Why Aid Is Not Working and How There Is a Better Way for Africa More info →