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CH. 3 “MR. KEBA-KABA” Sample Chapter

Chapter 3: (“MR. KEBA-KABA”)

Typically, when you tell someone that they suck at something, like DJing,  you are actually communicating two things: (1) that they are bad and (2) that you are better than them.   6,955 more words

African American Street Articles

Novel About Black Ballerina and Crime Fiction Picks of the Month

Jacob Grovey, author of the new novel DANCE OF THE BROKEN and BookPeople’s crime fiction coordinator Scott Montgomery and bookseller Molly Odintz are today’s live in studio guests at 12:30 p.m. 145 more words

KAZI Interview

Author Discusses The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools on KAZI Book Review

The Monique Morris interview on her book on the criminalization of black girls in school airs Monday, August 22 at 8 s.m. CST/9 a.m. on KAZI 88.7 FM. 114 more words

African American Authors

3 Awesomely Dressed Writers

When reading a book, you as a reader tend to only think of the characters. You look into every detail, such as what color their eyes are, what they’re wearing, or a much more significant detail, such as what they’re actions are conveying about how they’re feeling. 444 more words

African American Authors

Thoughts: The Ballad of Black Tom by Victor LaValle | #DSFFBookClub — Read Diverse Books

August’s book of the month for the #DSFFBookClub was The Ballad of Black Tom by Victor LaValle, which is a direct response and subversion of H.P.

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African American Literature

Meet the Characters: Trey Wright

Meet Trey Wright:

Trey and Chante’s love story started way back when they were in college together. He was playing football, which ultimately made him one of the most popular men on campus. 270 more words



Think before you speak. Words mean different things to different people. Sometimes all “they” need is a little negativity to build on and they’ll work out the rest.