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I Used to be Racist

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'I Used to Be Racist is about my life growing up in NYC pre and post-9/11. I never discriminated or judged anyone based on their religion and/or race until that tragic day and the weeks that followed. At 10-years old, I loaded up on the information being shared by the local news stations about what the terrorists looked like, and how they could be potentially lurking in various parts of the city. After moving to Ohio, I experienced racism for the first time, which opened my eyes on my own ignorance. Eventually, I became brave enough to encounter the "enemy."

I'm Doing Me

I'm Doing Me

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If It Heals At All

If It Heals At All

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“If It Heals At All defines personal moments that conjure reincarnations of straightforward sensibility with language that names, ‘my black is a heartbeat.’ Ali Black dares metaphors to not get it twisted as she creates a universe fresh with imagery that paints the audacity of reclaimed narratives with such brilliance as ‘mouth as a disorder.’

 

This collection is searing poetry that will not allow us to forget the unknown grief buried inside of boundless pleasure. If It Heals At All traces the slim boundaries between life and death, blundered justice, and the boldness of Black love reimagined.” - Jaki Shelton Green

 

In Sacred Places

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In Service of Community An Honored Elder : The Honorable Judge Perry Brooks Jackson

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Inspirations, Visions and Traditions in Fiber Arts

Inspirations, Visions and Traditions in Fiber Arts

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Inspirations, Visions, and Traditions in Fiber Arts is a glance into a modern-day group of African American quilters and dollmakers who have joined together to create and enjoy Fiber Arts. This collection of beautiful quilts and dolls will lead you to turn page after page as you share the vision these artists have brought to fruition. Their personal stories will enable you to understand their fiery passion for the art. Because local guilds did not seem to understand the Black perspective, The African American Quilt and Doll Guild became a safe place for artists to freely express themselves and incorporate the history and stories stored in the hearts of African American fiber artists. They found the freedom to incorporate a different perspective of color, design and African Art in quilts. They have also used that same love of color to create Black cloth dolls that reflect the Black experiences in their lives and those of their families. The African American Quilt and Doll Guild and its' Storyteller members, honor Africans and African Americans by telling the history through quilts and dolls. The artistic images will grab your attention and a knowing smile will grace your lips when you sit back, relax and enjoy the craftsmanship of the artists.
It Isn't Difficult to do It If you Know How to Do it

It Isn't Difficult to do It If you Know How to Do it

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As a renowned kidney transplant surgeon and one of a small number of African Americans to hold such a title, Dr. Charles Modlin has overcome enormous odds, roadblocks, and trials. In his book, It Isn't Difficult to Do It if You Know How to Do It, he provides an extensive compilation of the successful strategies used to overcome challenges and accomplish his goals in hopes of encouraging high school students and college students whose ambition is to succeed in life. From life in high school through applying and succeeding in college through the beginnings of one's professional years, It Isn't Difficult to Do It if You Know How to Do It not only outlines the proven tactics to embrace but also offers navigation around many of the pitfalls that entrap youth and prevent success in college and graduation.

It's Raining Mad

It's Raining Mad

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With backing from the two privileged white boys she raised deep down in Mississippi, Liz Hampton's Biological sons rose to wealth and prominence in the north. But, into each life a little rain must fall as the Hampton dynasty experiences more than its share of storms from illegitimate children to thieving employees.
Vernalee is an entrepreneur turned author. Lee writes about “life” and relationships - both personal and professional.
Growing up in the south in a small business environment, her writings are often flavored with actual and visual revelations that reflect her life experiences derived from the quaint town of Glen Allan, Mississippi. “There was nothing that you didn’t see/witness in Glen Allan. The town is rich in life lessons.”

Jammie Claus Book & Bag Set

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Jedrek's Adventures The Chiller

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