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Books

Robert W. Sussman, cultural anthropologist, Washington University in St. Louis ‘Myth of Race’ still a force in modern politics When it comes to race, too many...

Keira Williams’s first book investigated the gender politics of a southern woman who drowned her two children then spent nine days telling the story...

In 1990, Dr. Charles Johnson was only the first African American male to win the National Book Award since Ralph Ellison received the award...

One year after the anniversary of the March on Washington, our nation witnesses public protests that highlight the lack of social equality and reveal how tensions of class and race are far from settled.

Art Photographer Joel D. Levinson photographed Tupac Shakur in 1993, and used the opportunity to create thirty-six portraits that showed the human side of...

Time flies, or so the saying goes. A true-ism, never the less and particularly so for the ground breaking black gay literary classic "B-Boy Blues".  The book penned by legendary author, Mr. James Earl Hardy was in fact his debut to publishing world. The interest in this work has not diminished since it's release in 1994.

Maya Angelou, the poet laureate of the civil rights movement, has passed away at age 86, following a long period of declining health.

When then-President Bill Clinton attempted to make changes to the centuries-old ban on gays and lesbians serving in the military, the law that resulted...

Go To Hell comes out of my life of struggle and not understanding the why. It is not just another self-help, “feel good” read....

This column chronicles the rise and fall of romance in the Concrete Jungle. An environment where potential suitors are either committing relationship crimes or...