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A former slave named Salem Poor rallies the American militia fighters at Bunker Hill

A former slave named Salem Poor rallies American Minute Men at Bunker Hill. Born a slave in the late 1740s, Salem Poor managed to buy his freedom in 1769 for 27 pounds, which represented a year’s salary for the typical … Continue reading

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Manchild in the Promised Land-A book published 55 years ago holds true today.

  I studied Manchild in the Promised Land as a social studies compendium in college. It was published in 1965 as autobiographical novel. It was written by Claude Brown. It chronicles of the author’s coming-of-age story amidst poverty and violence … Continue reading

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Are Book Reviewers and Bloggers Biased? Some readers seem to think they are.

The post opened my eyes to what readers are looking for when they visit your blog. I never gave it much thought but this reader named Alvin let it be known he thinks a book blogs and book reviewers couldn’t … Continue reading

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If It’s Big. It Happens In New York.

It seems as thus being the largest city in the world comes at a high price. And I’m not speaking of the outlandish rent. It’s seems that anything occurring on a large scale is apt to happen in New York … Continue reading

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Black Child to Black Woman: An African-American Woman Coming-of-Age Story

It’s a story about the tragic and triumphs of a coming of age for an African America girl growing from childhood to a womanhood, and how the outside element against her control shapes who she grows into.   I haven’t … Continue reading

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Book: Women Who Think Too Much

Women Who Think Too Much I haven’t read this one yet but I intend to. I like how the message is converged on the cover. The cover clearly depict what the book is about. It shows a woman carrying and … Continue reading

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Toni Morrison passed away.

I am sure everyone knows by now about Nobel laureate novelist, Toni Morrison passing. I agree with the article; she was: ‘The Most Formidable Mind of Our Times.’ Tayari Jones Honors Toni Morrison’s Work and Legacy   Toni Morrison’s Elegy … Continue reading

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What is Juneteenth?

Many outside of Texas have never heard of Juneteenth because in most Southern states the commemorate date of the Emancipation Proclamation is celebrated January 1, because of Lincoln signing the proclamation on January 1, 1863. Juneteenth, means June 19, 1865 … Continue reading

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The Days of the Whispering Winter

Zelda Lovett unexpectedly meets the man of her dreams. She doesn’t believe in love at first sight until she meets Patrick. From an accidental encounter, a mere brush in a crowd cafe they’re infatuated with each other. Their love blossom … Continue reading

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