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African Sun By Karen Stewart
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A showcase of Africa's finest light spectacular.
Embracing the Sun By Ramos Jonerio
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The poems contained in Embracing the Sun are all personal and heartfelt. Whether speaking from a place deep within or making observations of other people’s challenges and triumphs, I tried to... More > be gently honest and respectful in my approach. I wanted to convey the raw emotions and sentiment of the heartbreak and the victories of all whose voices I had the privilege to channel. These poems chronicle a lifetime of experiences and progression from the naïve, wide-eyed adolescent growing up in the hard-knock life of Coney Island/Brooklyn New York that speak in “Just Say No” to the bewildered teenager searching for answers and guidance in "Nanna", to the self-assured, unapologetic man of "I Am" & "Nappy Crown". These poems were written with love,their sole purpose to give voice to those who have not been heard, understood or accepted. I hope this book will uplift and inspire all who read it to rise above mediocrity and to not settle for anything less than excellence.< Less
Sun of God By Nana S. Achampong
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This is the story of the Congo crisis. It is crafted in a play in five acts that deals with greed for power through the mad pursuit of copper. The story has all the elements at play in the central... More > African empasse - a pinch of avarice here, another of envy there, a little taste of love and hate, and of great deeds and fate. This landscape is filled with tales of ambition with lofty mountains of deception and passionate valleys of corruption, all set in the region in pre-colonial times.< Less
Sun of God By Nana S. Achampong
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This is the story of the Congo crisis. It is crafted in a play in five acts that deals with greed for power through the mad pursuit of copper. The story has all the elements at play in the central... More > African empasse - a pinch of avarice here, another of envy there, a little taste of love and hate, and of great deeds and fate. This landscape is filled with tales of ambition with lofty mountains of deception and passionate valleys of corruption, all set in the region in pre-colonial times.< Less
African Yamassee: an American Story By Daniel J. Richman
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Tsombay, the African forest hunter, transported to a South Carolina plantation in 1714, has never before seen pale people with blue eyes or copper-colored people with black eyes. Nor has he seen such... More > a sky in his worst nightmare, the sun naked, the star pictures all wrong. Even the woods are alien, as if a twisted reflection of his own beloved forest back home, though he will kill his slave-driver to escape those forbidding trees to search for his wife and son, torn from him a year past by the slave trade.< Less
African Yamassee, an American Story By Dan Richman
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Tsombay, the African forest hunter, transported to a South Carolina plantation in 1714, has never before seen pale people with blue eyes or copper-colored people with black eyes. Nor has he seen... More > such a sky in his worst nightmare, the sun naked, the star-pictures all wrong. Even the woods are alien, as if a twisted reflection of his own beloved forest back home, though he will kill his slave-driver to escape into those forbidding trees to search for his wife and son, torn from him a year past by the slave trade…< Less
Tales Under the Sun By Oshiomowe Momodu
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This is a collection of stories with a lesson at the end. The stories use characters such as the tortoise, monkey, fish
The Days of the Bright Shining Sun By Doris Bogan
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This book is based on the life of many poor black men and women during the period of them being set free from slavery. They chose to stay on the plantation and not to become free because it gave... More > them a place to work. They did work such as picking cotton, planting cotton, and working at the cotton gin. They lived in hut houses. There were days for town, church and also school. Shortly after the years passed by their children move away to the north, east and west. Doing good for themselves, they never forgot what their parents taught them which was to always tell their children’s children, what happened during their life time.< Less
The Sun Loves Me By Dynast Amir
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In "The Sun Loves Me", Mansa discovers how the sun plays a pivotal role in the uniqueness of his dark skin and nappy hair, and how his African ancestors, the original inhabitants of this... More > earth whom have these same beautiful features as him, play a major role in the creation and evolution of this planet.< Less
The Sun Porch Gallery Ebook By P. Y. Wilkes
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A gallery of Black business people, artists, hangers-on and street hustlers struggle with life, love, their personal hang-ups and the consequences of their decisions, while trying to survive in a... More > hotel in downtown Los Angeles. You will meet people of high human esteem and some you will consider of low character. As far as life in this little corner of the world, you may see a person you could admire or respect. You may see someone that you easily despise. The point is, there is a lot going on in your city that you will not see at school or on the TV news. People who read, may develop an insight (that would be otherwise, inaccessible to them), from "The Gallery" of characters within these pages .< Less