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‘More Than a Fraction’ Book Tour Adds September 15 at Edmondson Branch of Enoch Pratt Library

‘More Than a Fraction’ Book Tour Adds September 15 at Edmondson Branch of Enoch Pratt Library

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*Baltimore author Dr. Kerri Moseley-Hobbs’ book tour in support of her creative non-fiction account of her enslaved ancestors who lived at the Smithfield plantation in Virginia, adds another date. The new “More Than a Fraction” book presentation date is Saturday September 15, 2018 at the Edmondson Avenue Branch of the Enoch Pratt Free Library in […]

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DJ Alexander Sets Loose Another Black Super Hero

DJ Alexander Sets Loose Another Black Super Hero

DJ Alexander, the rise of the Dark Whisperer
*African-American independent film maker, clothing designer, and author DJ Alexander has a new super hero that the world needs to see from his new book on Amazon called The Rise of Dark Whisper. When asked why Dark Whisper? He said Dark Whisper is needed. Dark Whisper along with many other characters will tell our stories in an original […]

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Controversial Writer Cory Alexander Haywood Releases His New Book: “Coon Flakes: Musings of an Uppity Negro”

Controversial Writer Cory Alexander Haywood Releases His New Book: “Coon Flakes: Musings of an Uppity Negro”

Coon Flakes
In “Coon Flakes: Musings of an Uppity Negro,”from controversial writer Cory Alexander Haywood, he examines what he calls, “destructive behavior threatening to permanently extinguish Black progress.” In Haywood’s words, “each chapter exposes the hypocrisy of a people who specialize in playing the victim, while taking every step to humiliate and destroy themselves.” A firebrand whose […]

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Enoch Pratt Library in Baltimore to Host Dr. Kerri Hobbs’ ‘More Than a Fraction’ Book Tour in 2018

Enoch Pratt Library in Baltimore to Host Dr. Kerri Hobbs’ ‘More Than a Fraction’ Book Tour in 2018

*Save the date Thursday, April 26, 2018 because higher education specialist Dr. Kerri Moseley-Hobbs’ “More Than a Fraction” Book Tour continues in 2018 with a stop at the Enoch Pratt Library (400 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD 21201). The book presentation will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the African American Department of the free library […]

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Shawn D. Rochester Pens ‘The Black Tax: Cost of Being Black in America’

Shawn D. Rochester Pens ‘The Black Tax: Cost of Being Black in America’

*While Black Americans have long felt the devastating effects of anti-black discrimination, they have often had great difficulty articulating and substantiating both the existence and impact of that discrimination to an American public who is convinced that it no longer exists. Professionals in academia, the media, and the business community, along with people in the […]

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Virginia Tech to Host Book Presentation for ‘More Than a Fraction’ by Dr. Moseley-Hobbs Oct 25, 2017

Virginia Tech to Host Book Presentation for ‘More Than a Fraction’ by Dr. Moseley-Hobbs Oct 25, 2017

*The Virginia Tech Center for Civil War Studies and the Smithfield – Preston Foundation will sponsor Dr. Kerri Moseley-Hobbs’ “More Than a Fraction” Book Tour’s presentation at Virginia Tech University on Wednesday, October 25, 2017 (5 p.m.). The presentation will be held on the campus at The Inn at Virginia Tech in the Cascades Meeting […]

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New Book Alert: Judge Mablean ‘Look Deep Before You Leap’

New Book Alert: Judge Mablean ‘Look Deep Before You Leap’

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*Healthy relationships require realistic evaluation. Whether you’re evaluating a relationship with a lover, a family member, a friendship or a professional connection, this book will increase your awareness of red flags. It will challenge you to face the flags you have chosen to ignore. In these pages are sixty scenarios culled from the judge’s decades of […]

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Dr. Kerri Hobbs’ ‘More than a Fraction’ Book Tour Arrives at Red Emma’s Bookstore August 20, 2017

Dr. Kerri Hobbs’ ‘More than a Fraction’ Book Tour Arrives at Red Emma’s Bookstore August 20, 2017

*Dr. Kerri Moseley-Hobbs’ “More Than a Fraction” Book Tour arrives at Red Emma’s Bookstore and Coffee Shop (30 West North Ave, Baltimore, MD 21201) for a presentation and book signing event to take place on Sunday, August 20 at 3 p.m. ET. Dr. Hobbs is Vice President of Imagination Lunchbox, LLC, which published the creative […]

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Author Supports Kids: Bullying, Cyber Violence & Suicide Covered in ‘BJ’s Big Dream’

Author Supports Kids: Bullying, Cyber Violence & Suicide Covered in ‘BJ’s Big Dream’

Bullying, Dr. Donia Cunningham Leverette, BJ's Dream
*On Wednesday, July 19, 2017, Dr. Sonia Cunningham Leverette hosts the virtual launch of her 5-star children’s story book, BJ’s Big Dream, written to help build confidence, discipline, and problem-solving skills in youth. From 10 AM to 9 PM EST, the online event includes discussions with best-selling authors, Facebook chats, and giveaways of autographed books and downloads. The complete […]

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Naomi Bradley Creates Content for Black Children

Naomi Bradley Creates Content for Black Children

Naomi Bradley, black home school
*The late great Chicago educator, Marva Collins once said, “You can pay people to teach but you can’t pay them to care.” Naomi Bradley M.Ed has always cared deeply about children, since her first teaching assignment at a summer camp at the age of 14. Her natural love for children initially drove her into education, […]

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