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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

Generation B

Author : Suru Manek
ISBN : 9781503556683
Genre : Social Science
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Are You Tired of Being Victimized by Racism? Generation B gives real solutions to bring success to Black America Black America suffers. Poverty. Babies with no fathers. Illiteracy. Crime rates through the roof. There are many cry "racism" as the problem, but how many offer solutions that work? A homeless black man said it best, "success is the best revenge." But how can a whole segment of America's population find success when it is so beaten down? Generation B: Black America's Reset to Success offers a revolutionary solution to the problems Black America faces. Author Suru Manek learned to stand up to racism and discrimination in colonial Africa and found fantastic success in America. But he never liked the ever-widening chasm of racial inequality America exhibits. He wondered--what would happen if African Americans applied a cultural blueprint similar to his own? Generation B: Black America's Reset to Success is the result. Discover the magic mix of cultural elements that can bring success to even the most oppressed. Racism exists in America, but you do not need to become a victim to it. Generation B offers a solution for Black America, one which African Americans everywhere are invited to participate. For real change will only happen when black communities across America decide to reset themselves as a culture and change from within.

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.

The Souls Of Black Folk

Author : W. E. B. Du Bois
ISBN : 9781602067202
Genre : Social Science
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The Souls of Black Folk, originally published in 1903, contains a number of groundbreaking essays on race and race relations by scholar and activist W.E.B. DuBois. As an early work in the field of sociology, this book analyzes the interactions between the races and offers a solution for the strife and inequality that had come to characterize those interactions. DuBois believed that education was the route to a better life for all blacks, and his recommendation became the basis for the civil rights movement. Anyone interested in history, race relations, sociology, or the intellectual heritage of the United States will find this an essential read. American writer, civil rights activist, and scholar W.E.B. DUBOIS (1868-1963) was a free-born African American in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. He was the first black man to receive a PhD from Harvard University and was convinced that education was the means for African Americans to achieve equality. He wrote a number of important books, including The Philadelphia Negro (1899), Black Folk, Then and Now (1899), and The Negro (1915).

Black Economics

Author : Jawanza Kunjufu
ISBN : STANFORD:36105111996760
Genre : Business & Economics
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Jawanza Kunjufu examines how to keep black businesses and the more than $450 billion generated by them in the black community.

Learning While Black

Author : Janice E. Hale
ISBN : 0801867762
Genre : Education
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A professor of early childhood education looks beyond excuses to explain why black students are not being educated as well as whites and offers novel solutions on how to close this achievment gap.

John Coltrane And Black America S Quest For Freedom

Author : Leonard Brown
ISBN : 9780195328929
Genre : Music
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John Coltrane's unique and powerful saxophonic sound is commonly recognized among jazz scholars and fans alike as having a "spiritual" nature, imbued with the perfomer's soul, which deeply touches musicians and listeners worldwide. This revered and respected musician created new standards, linked tradition with innovation, challenged common assumptions, and relentlessly pursued spiritual goals in his music, which he aimed openly to use as a means to help listeners see the beauty of life. More than four decades after Coltrane's death, it is this spiritual nature of the music that has kept his sound alive - and thriving - on the contemporary jazz scene. Edited by prominent jazz musician and scholar Leonard Brown, John Coltrane and Black America's Quest for Freedom is a timely exploration of Coltrane's sound and its spiritual qualities as they relate to Black American music culture and aspirations for freedom. A wide-ranging collection of essays and interviews featuring many of the most eminent figures in jazz studies and performance--Tommy Lee Lott, Anthony Brown, Herman Gray, Emmett G. Price III, Dwight Andrews, Tammy Kernodle, Salim Washington, Eric Jackson, and TJ Anderson (foreword)-- the book examines the full spectrum of Coltrane's legacy. Each essay approaches this theme from a different angle, in both historical and contemporary contexts, focusing on how Coltrane became a quintessential example of the universal and enduring qualities of Black American culture. The contributors address Coltrane as the Black intellectual, the visionary master of musical syntax, the man and the media icon, and ultimately the symbol of the spiritual core of Black American music.

Family Life In Black America

Author : Robert Joseph Taylor
ISBN : 0803952910
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Most studies of Black families have had a `problem focus', offering a narrow view of important issues such as out-of-wedlock births, single-parent families and childhood poverty. Family Life in Black America moves away from this negative perspective and instead deals with a wide range of issues including sexuality, procreation, infancy, adulthood, adolescence, cohabitation, parenting, grandparenting and ageing. A fresh aspect of this book is the amount of diversity it reveals within black families and the forces that shape, limit and enhance them.

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.

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