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The Solution For Black America

Author : Emmanuel Barbee
ISBN : 1450041124
Genre : Political Science
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"The Solution For Black America: Reclaiming, Rebuilding, and Restoring The Urban Ghettos In America." explains my biography and the purpose of this book, which is to promote my non-profit faith based organization in every ghetto in America. My nonprofit organization is twofold, one is to recruit prospective readers and two to seek Single Black Mother's who reside in the ghetto that might want to use the services we will offer. My organization will provide resources to help low income mothers with their children from birth until they complete High School. My organization will also help our young Black Men to avoid the streets and be productive citizens. I lay everything out in detail in my book. If the black community support me and accept the principles behind this movement then I will move my services from behind a computer into every ghetto in America. I will provide employment, community resources, and online support groups

44 Questions For Black America

Author : Byron Wilson
ISBN : 9780595355921
Genre : Social Science
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44 Questions for Black America is a fresh new look at the racial dynamic of the United States. Author Byron F. Wilson addresses Black American issues with unyielding honesty and conviction, and holds both white and Black Americans accountable for Black America's less than desirable condition. His controversial, no holds barred approach examines our world with a fearlessly aggressive mix of research and editorial conclusion. Wilson not only exposes the problems, but also offers realistic solutions, a practice rarely seen in similar literary works. 44 Questions offers Black America a new sense of direction by replacing hope with action.

Bamboolizing Black America

Author : E. Malcolm Wise
ISBN : 9781468941494
Genre : Social Science
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BAMBOOZLING BLACK AMERICA is a Fictional account of a plot to destroy Black America. Secret agencies with devious minds have hatched a plot to bring about the demise of Black people in America. The book is a collection of secret documents between secret agents that outline in detail their plans to destroy Black America. It is a novel? Is it a commentary? Is it a documentary? A history book? A guide? You be the judge! Inside the pages of this highly controversial, eye opening, uplifting, racially charged, historically accurate and informative book, is an insight into Black America and the challenges that lay before them. Discover their past, present and ponder their future as you see how the plot is unfolding. For Black Americans, it may be one of the greatest wake-up calls of the century! For non-Blacks, it may be one of the greatest insights on subjects whispered about but never spoken aloud and answers to questions that are too volatile to ask. Bamboozling Black America is an American book! The time has come for such a book as this. Once you pick it up, you will be hard pressed to put it down! Come join in on a journey of discovery and insight. I believe that this book will spark conversation for years to come!

Black America Not In This America

Author : James Calloway
ISBN : 1462868576
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Black America, Not in This America is the foundation for ushering in a new era of Black Society. One built upon hope and inspiration instead of despair and hatred. My own narrated life story coincides with and sheds contemporary, light upon the trials and tribulations, as well the dreams and aspirations of the Black community as a whole. It contains the blueprint for the resurrection of the Black American population. That brings forth and lays bare the many silent epidemics facing America. Ignorance, crime, drugs, black on black crime, lack of positive role models, lack of education, hope and will power.

How To Make Black America Better

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ISBN : 9780307486080
Genre : Social Science
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Issuing a powerful call for constructive social action, the popular radio and television commentator Tavis Smiley has assembled the voices of leading African American artists, intellectuals, and politicians from Chuck D to Cornel West to Maxine Waters. How to Make Black America Better takes a pragmatic, solutions-oriented approach that includes Smiley’s own ten challenges to the African American community. Smiley and his contributors stress the family tie, the power of community networks, the promise of education, and the leverage of black economic and political strength in shaping a new vision of America. Encouraging African Americans to realize the potential of their own leadership and to work collectively from the bottom up, the selections offer new ideas for addressing vital issues facing black communities. Featuring original essays by some of our most important thinkers, How to Make Black America Better is an essential book for anyone concerned with the status of African Americans today. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Islam In Black America

Author : Edward E. Curtis
ISBN : 9780791488591
Genre : Religion
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Explores modern African-American Islamic thought within the context of Islamic history, giving special attention to questions of universality versus particularity.

The Contemporary African American Novel

Author : Bernard W. Bell
ISBN : 1558494731
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In 1987 Bernard W. Bell published "The Afro-American Novel and Its Tradition", a comprehensive interpretive history of more than 150 novels written by African Americans from 1853 to 1983. This is a sequel and companion to the earlier work, expanding the coverage to 2001.

An American Dilemma Revisited

Author : Obie, Jr. Clayton
ISBN : 9781610441247
Genre : Social Science
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"This book must be regarded as a greatly important contribution to race relations literature. It is invaluable for the manner in which authors combine the lessons of history with insightful analyses of empirical data to demonstrate patterns of change over the past fifty years in the status of African Americans... Provocative and stimulating reading." —James E. Blackwell, University of Massachusetts, Boston "Presents a wide-ranging reanalysis of the seminal work done by Gunnar Myrdal in 1944, examining virtually every issue that Myrdal noted as relevant to the American race question. In so doing, Clayton and his contributors have brought the matter up to date and shown how the American dilemma continues into the twenty-first century." —Stanford M. Lyman, Florida Atlantic University Fifty years after the publication of An American Dilemma, Gunnar Myrdal's epochal study of racism and black disadvantage, An American Dilemma Revisited again confronts the pivotal issue of race in American society and explores how the status of African Americans has changed over the past half century. African Americans have made critical strides since Myrdal's time. Yet despite significant advances, strong economic and social barriers persist, and in many ways the plight of African Americans remains as acute now as it was then. Using Myrdal as a benchmark, each essay analyzes historical developments, examines current conditions, and investigates strategies for positive change within the core arenas of modern society—political, economic, educational, and judicial. The central question posed by this volume is whether the presence of a disproportionately African American underclass has become a permanent American phenomenon. Several contributors tie the unevenness of black economic mobility to educational limitations, social isolation, and changing workplace demands. The evolution of a more suburban, service-dominated economy that places a premium on advanced academic training has severely constrained the employment prospects of many urban African Americans with limited education. An American Dilemma Revisited argues that there is hope to be found both in black educational institutions, which account for the largest proportion of advanced educational degrees among African Americans, and in the promotion of black community enterprises. An American Dilemma Revisited asks why the election of many African American leaders has failed to translate into genuine political power or effective policy support for black issues. The rise in membership in Pentecostal and Islamic denonimations suggests that many blacks, frustrated with the political detachment of more traditional churches, continue to pursue more socially concerned activism at a local level. Three essays trace social disaffection among blacks to a legacy of police and judicial discrimination. Mistrust of the police persists, particularly in cities, and black offenders continue to experience harsher treatment at all stages of the trial process. As Myrdal's book did fifty years ago, An American Dilemma Revisited offers an insightful look at the continuing effects of racial inequality and discrimination in American society and examines different means for removing the specter of racism in the United States.

African American Leadership

Author : Ronald W. Walters
ISBN : 0791441458
Genre : Social Science
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Written by two preeminent scholars of the subject, this book provides a panoramic view of the theory, research, and praxis of African American leadership. Walters and Smith offer a great deal to students of black leadership, as well as important strategy and policy recommendations for black leaders. The book first presents a comprehensive assessment of the social science research literature on black leadership. It finds that older studies (1930s to 1960s) dealt with the nascent formation of leadership theory, where blacks were located predominantly in the context of southern politics and had to adopt a conservative to moderate leadership style. The authors also review and evaluate research on black leadership from the 1970s to the present and suggest attention be given to studies of leadership that involve community level leadership, female leaders, black mayors, and black conservatives. African American Leadership also focuses on the practice of black leadership.

American Body Politics

Author : Felipe Smith
ISBN : 0820319333
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Felipe Smith tracks the emergence of particular gender images--such as white witch, black madonna, mammy, and white lady--and their impact on early African American literature. Smith gives us a remarkable synthesis of historical readings combined with a highly original contribution to the comprehension of racial thought and literary writing.

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