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Black People By Dr. Leroy Vaughn, MD, MBA
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Hard cover color edition of Black People And Their Place In World History, the groundbreaking Black History book by Dr. Leroy Vaughn. Dr. Vaughn discusses Black Wall Street, who are the 5 Black U.S.... More > Presidents, Black Inventors and a number of other subjects in danger of being swept under the historical carpet. A must read for those in search of truth.< Less
Black People By Dr. Leroy Vaughn, MD, MBA
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Hard cover color edition of Black People And Their Place In World History, the groundbreaking Black History book by Dr. Leroy Vaughn. Dr. Vaughn discusses Black Wall Street, who are the 5 Black U.S.... More > Presidents, Black Inventors and a number of other subjects in danger of being swept under the historical carpet. A must read for those in search of truth.< Less
People By Herman Hello
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People By Herman Hello
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FOR THE PEOPLE By Antoinette "JLyric" Evans
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Antoinette "JLyric" Evans is back again with her long awaited second book of poetry titled "For the People". Poetry with a hip hop and academic twist. Real life stories and... More > experiences turned into lyrical form for all to embrace and learn from. Words artistically mastered to inspire and teach all who appreciate creativity and poetry for the soul.< Less
What Is Wrong With Black People? By Joe Mintsa
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The mood in the world today is such that either you believe that Black people are natural slaves, or you believe that White people are evil by nature. In either case, you are in a stalemate: you... More > can't change "nature", can you Yet, not only is it very improbable for someone to turn up slave or evil just by nature; it is neither demonstrable that evil is conditioned by skin colour. The question, here, is: why should evil be White; and why should evil's target be Black In other words, what is wrong with evil always tending to choose Black In fact, the actual question is: what is wrong with Black people always tending to be evil's preferred targets This book simply personifies a totally different type of intuition, where the most unsuspected - yet, the most damning - causes of the suffering and the struggles of Africans in today's world are not only laid open with courage, but also resolved with vision. ISBN 978-1-4716-1039-4. For more info, write to JoeMintsa@hotmail.com or visit www.lulu.com/JoeMintsa< Less
Confessions of Bisexual Black People By Steeves Volmar
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A bold and fiercely erotic journey into the lives of Bisexual Black People. The most taboo of all topics is explored : Bisexuality in the lives ... More > of men and women from the Black Community. The honest and at times pointedly in-your-face stories of Black Men and Black Women who feel romantic and sexual attraction to both sexes and dare to defy Homophobia, Biphobia and Intolerance to tell it like it is. The result is a remarkable anthology chronicling the Bisexual Black Experience.< Less
Confessions of Bisexual Black People By Steeves Volmar
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A bold and fiercely erotic journey into the lives of Bisexual Black People. The most taboo of all topics is explored : Bisexuality in the lives ... More > of men and women from the Black Community. The honest and at times pointedly in-your-face stories of Black Men and Black Women who feel romantic and sexual attraction to both sexes and dare to defy Homophobia, Biphobia and Intolerance to tell it like it is. The result is a remarkable anthology chronicling the Bisexual Black Experience.< Less
The People of the Black Circle (Illustrated) By Robert E. Howard
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Early 1932 saw Howard taking one of his frequent trips around Texas. He traveled through the southern part of the state with his main occupation being, in his own words, "the wholesale... More > consumption of tortillas, enchiladas and cheap Spanish wine." In Fredericksburg, while overlooking sullen hills through a misty rain, he conceived of the fantasy land of Cimmeria, a bitter hard northern region home to fearsome barbarians. In February, while in Mission, he wrote the poem Cimmeria.< Less
A World Without Black People By David LG Wilson
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My name is David LG Wilson. I was born on the Island of Grenada. I traveled through out the Caribbean, and I came in the United State in Boston in 1976.