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TITLE: WE AIN’T NO NIGGAS! – Exposing the Deception of YOUR World History Education
AUTHOR: N. QUAMERE CINCERE
ISBN#: 0-9787862-0-3
PRICE: $18.00
The history education you received in public and private school was (and still is) unjustifiably skewed! It focused on the negative aspects of African and African American history and positive aspects of European and European American history
. This imbalance is a major cause of the social, financial and political imbalances of society today! We Aint No Niggas! freely guides you through mental exercises and demonstrations to logically prove the imbalance in the published history of white and black people, then goes on to thoroughly document what what you were not taught to bring you the devout gift of true and full history! Ultimately this book will free your mind from the influence of the intangible force that taught you black is wrong and white is right.



TITLE: Letters to a YOUNG BROTHER ….
MANifest your destiny
AUTHOR: HILL HARPER
ISBN#: 1-592-40200-3
PRICE: $20.00
THINK. ACT. BE. …….. Do you want wealth and success in life, but aren’t sure how to achieve it? Do you feel unmotivated about staying in school or college? Do you find yourself with questions about life but aren’t sure who to turn to?



TITLE: THE PLAN FOR BUILDING THE NATIONS …… Notes of a surviving Black Panther
AUTHOR: KESKESU MEN MAA HILL
ISBN#:
0-9632279-1-2
PRICE: $15.00
….An idea whose time has come …….. It has become our mortal and final struggle, against formidable opposition, to implement a way, a system by which all of the peoples of the world, each and every one, may wholesomely partake of and benefit, without privation or excess, from the Earth’s abundant resources and nourishment – as provided and willed by God…



TITLE: QUEENS ….. Portraits of Black Women and Their Fabulous Hair
AUTHOR: MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM & GEORGE ALEXANDER
ISBN#: 0-385-51462-X
PRICE: $29.95
Black Women Talk African American have long been denied an accurate picture of their contributions to our nation from colonial days to the present. Now, after mining old document, records, letters, family histories and government files, this authoritative resource book reveals over 450 “firsts” by African American— Wonderful accomplishments achieved often despite poverty, discrimination, and racism.


TITLE: THE DIVINE NINE ….. The History of African American Fraternities and Sororities
AUTHOR:LAWRENCE C. ROSS, Jr.
ISBN#: 0-7582-0270-9
PRICE: $17.00
America’s black fraternities and sororities are a unique and vital part of 20th century African American history, providing young black achievers with opportunities to support each other while they serve their communities and the nation. ….. From pioneering work in the suffragette movement to extraordinary strides during the Civil Rights era to life-changing inner-city mentoring programs in the 1990s, members of these organizations share a proud tradition of brotherhood, sisterhood,and service.



TITLE: CREATIONS and RECREATIONS of THE AFRICAN FAMILY in the U.S.A. —- Inventions, Science and Industry
AUTHOR: ALBERT MORRIS
ISBN#:
0-9741765-0-8
PRICE: $14.95
In the Village of Harlem, N.Y.C., 1939-1941 AD, retiring Afro-American Porters and Track Worker of the New York City Transit System spoke of the “shoe,” the 3rd rail power line was ivented by U.S. Africans, The Retirees intimated the Subway tunnel itself (Tunnel Construction) was evolved by Afro-Americans. In this typical working class neighborhood, this talk by my Elders,triggered my interest in Invention, Science and Industry of our African Family in the U.S. The struggle for Freedom and Justice continues. Again, The African Family in the U.S. in Invention, Science, and Industry faces Institutionalized class-caste differences, Not yet Freedom.



TITLE: DIRTY LITTLE SECRETS: About Black History, Its Heroes, And Other Troublemakers
AUTHOR:
CLAUD ANDERSON, Ed.D.
ISBN#:
0-9661702-0-2
PRICE: $16.00
To date, history remains largely white history. Black people, as a race, are virtually non-existent when historical events are described in texbooks, movies andcentennial celebrations. Their role in America is most often that of cotton pickers, marchers or rioters. Black History Month narrowly limits contributions of blacks to a familiar list of 10 to 15 individuals when in fact, blacks, though enslaved and powerless, had a profound and indelible influence on the American socio-economic sysem.



TITLE: AFRICAN AMERICAN FIRSTS:
FAMOUS, lITTLE-KNOWN AND UNSUNG TRIUMPHS OF BLACKS IN AMERICA
AUTHOR:
JOAN POTTER
ISBN#: 0-7582-0243-1
PRICE: $15.00
Excluded from the history books, overlooked in the classroom, and neglected in the media, African American have long been denied an accurate picture of their contributions to our nation from colonial days to the present. Now, after mining old document, records, letters, family histories and government files, this authoritative resource book reveals over 450 “firsts” by African American— Wonderful accomplishments achieved often despite poverty, discrimination, and racism.


TITLE: WILLIE LYNCH: Why African-Americans have so many issues!
AUTHOR:
MARC SIMS
ISBN#:
0-9728043-0-7
PRICE: $10.00
This provocative book is a briefing on “Willie Lynch” for young people who do not fully understand the power of “divide and conquer.” It is also an inspirational book for adults who want a better life for themselves and the African American community.



TITLE: THEY STOLE IT BUT YOU MUST RETURN IT
AUTHOR: RICHARD WILLIAMS, Ed. D.
ISBN#:
0-938805-01-0
PRICE: $14.00
This book is an excellent manual for the Black Family and Black Youth. This book looks at the blacks slavery experiences in America, how these experiences affect the family, and the health status of Blacks today. This book also offers methods and ways for the Black Family to become strong and for its members tobe healthy. This book is not only about the Black Family, but for the Black Family.



TITLE: THE BEST OF THE LETTLE KNOWN BLACK HISTORY FACTS.
AUTHOR:
LADY SALA S. SHABAZZ
ISBN#:
1-930097-45-X
PRICE: $14.95

Historian and Author, in 1994 she began providing “The Little Black Known History Facts” to Tom Joyner of the Tom Joyner Morning Show. Through the dessimination of information featured on the radio in many syndicated cities in the United States, this partnership promotes positive images and self-esteem in Africans throughout the world,especially the youth.



TITLE: SEIZE THE TIME: The Story of The Black Panther Party and Huey P. Newton
AUTHOR:
BOBBY SEALE
ISBN#:
0-933121-30-X
PRICE: $18.95
At this time more than ever we need activists who are motivated and dedicated to organizing people, raising consciousness and instilling self-respect and Black community love in African American. We especially need creative Black youth who know our history and who understand that Black Unity is the catalyst to help humanize this racis world.



TITLE: LIKE A MIGHTY STREAM: The March On Washington August 28, 1963
AUTHOR:
PATRIK HENRY BASS
ISBN#:
0-7624-1292-5
PRICE: $18.95
August 28, 1963 tells the stories behind the landmark August 1963 march —the precipitating events, the emergence of leaders such as A. Philip Randolph, Roy Wilkins and John Lewis; the political intrigues; the unheralded contributions of the women; and the personal experiences thatdrew so many there that day.



TITLE: JUBILEE : THE EMERGENCE OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN CULTURE
AUTHOR:
HOWARD DODSON with AMIRI BARAKA, GAIL BUCKLEY, JOHN HOPE FRANKLIN, HENRY LOUIS GATES,Jr., ANNETTE GORDON-REED,and G. S. WILMORE
ISBN#:
0-7922-6982-9
PRICE: $35.00
JUBILEE is an ancient word of many meanings: In biblical Israel, a jubilee was a twice-a-century festival marked by the freeing of slaves; for enslaved Africans in America, it become the longed-for day of emancipation; but in any era,it signifies great rejoicing. So too is this wonderful book many things at once: a superb history of African in America, spanning the 300 years between their first arrival in chains to their emancipation.



TITLE: FROM NIGGAS TO GODS VOL. I
AUTHOR:
AKIL
ISBN#:
1-56411-064-8
PRICE: $12.95
This is a compilation of individual essays written during the summer-fall of 1992. The essays are designed to inspire thought within the Black mind. These writings are primarily targeted toward the Black Youth of this day, of which I am a part of. I am not a “Master” of these teachings, but these teachings I wish to “Master”.



TITLE: FROM NIGGAS TO GODS VOL. II
AUTHOR:
AKIL
ISBN#:
0-9648181-1-6
PRICE: $14.95
Here comes that healing cupful of truth. Bitter to some, but sweet to “the true” so pass the cup, after you have drank the word down. And never again let evil hold The Originals Down.



TITLE: AL on AMERICA
AUTHOR:
REVEREND AL SHARPTON
ISBN#:
0-0-7582-0350-0
PRICE: $27.00

“In this new millennium, in this new America, it’s time for new leadership. It’s time for a leader who understands that our greatest strength lies in our differences. That from Los Angeles to New York, from the Indian reservations to the ghettoes of St.Louis, from North Dakota to North Carolina, from the Hawaiian Islands to the Island of Vieques, from boys in the ‘hood to the girls in the country club, this country’s greatest resources are found in our people and their differences.



TITLE: THE SOULS OF BLACK FOLK
AUTHOR: W. E. B. DU BOIS
ISBN#: 1-930097-13-1
PRICE: $9.95
First published in 1903, this extraordinary work not only recorded and explained history, it helped to alter its course. Written after Du Bois had earned his Ph.D. from Harvard and studied in Berlin, these fourteen essays contain both the academic language of sociology and the rich lyrics of African spirituals, which Du Bois called “sorrow songs.”



TITLE: BLACK STUDENTS. – MIDDLE CLASS TEACHERS.
AUTHOR:
JAWANZA KUNJUFU
ISBN#:
0-913543-81-0
PRICE: $15.95
What is the most important factor affecting African American’s academic achievement? Race? Income? Marital Status? Genetics? Parental Involvement? Funding? Expectations? Quality teaching? Peer pressure? Teaching style? Tracking? Teacher’s expectations? Time on Task? Curriculum?



TITLE: GUNSHOTS in my COOK-UP Bits and Bites from a Hip-Hop Caribbean Life
AUTHOR:
SELWYN SEYFU HINDS
ISBN#:
0-0-7434-0741-5
PRICE: $23.00
“He’s a hip-hop academician, doing for rap music what Langston Hughes did for jazz. He brings literary sophistication to a culture usually associated with money, thugs, and hustling. Far from the usual suspects, Selwyn exemplifies a generation of kids who know the ‘hood’ but refused to let the ‘hood define then.”



TITLE: STOMPING THE BLUES
AUTHOR:
ALBERT MURRAY
ISBN#:
0-306-80362-3
PRICE: $16.00
“The blues as such are synonymous with low spirits. Blues music is not.” In this classic work on the blues, renowned critic Albert Murray celebrates the music and rewrites all its previous definitions, arguing beautifully and authoritatively that the blues is an affirmation of life instead of an expression of sorrow.



TITLE: THE AFRO-AMERICAN WORLD ALMANAC
AUTHOR:
ROSS D. BROWN
ISBN#:
1-58073-018-3
PRICE: $15.95
The Southern slave owners said we were “Darkies”. The Race hating crackers called us “Niggers”. The Black Brotherhood said we were “Black People”. The Moorish Americans said we were “Asiatics”. The A.M.E. Church founder called us “African”. The U.N.I.A. SAYS WE ARE “Negroes”. The N.A.A.C.P. says we are “Colored People”. The Holy Bible refers to us as “Ethiopians”. Many newspapers refer to us as a “Group”. And before election politicians call us “Brothers”. Whatever we are, we will soon pass out of existence as a race, unless we stop trying to get something for nothing.



TITLE: SOUL on ICE
AUTHOR:
ELDRIDGE CLEAVER
ISBN#:
0-385-33379-X
PRICE: $12.95
“This collection of letters,essays, and dramatic monologues does what good books have always done: it presents a new stirring of experience that causes hidden sediment to arise to where we can all see it. …Minds like Cleaver’s are sorely needed, minds that can fashion a literature which does not flaunt its culture but creates it.”



TITLE: “THE HIDDEN ANCESTRAL IDENTITY of the AMERICAN NEGRO”
AUTHOR:
Rev. RaDINE AMEN-RA
ISBN#:
0-9705455-1-7
PRICE: $6.95
It is time for all Black American people to look for the answers to why systematic discrimination and institutionalized racism still in full EFFECT against in the United States.



TITLE: BLACK DIAMONDS -The Wisdom of Booker T. Washington
AUTHOR:
Selected and Arranged by VICTORIA EARLE MATTHEWS
ISBN#:
0-1-55874-343-X
PRICE: $9.95
One of the greatest leaders of African-Americans in the history of the United States, Booker T.Washington believed that economic strength led to political and social strength.He helped those newly freed after the Civil War to learn a trade and instilled in them the value of an hones day’s work. .



TITLE: DuBOIS– Writings on–The Suppression of the African Slave-Trade The Souls of Black Folk–Dusk of Dawn–Essays.
AUTHOR:
W.E.B. DU BOIS
ISBN#:
0-940450-33-X
PRICE: $35.00
Historian, sociologist, novelist, editor, and political activist,William Edward Burghardt Du Bois was the most gifted and influential black intellectual of his time. Here are his essential writings, spanning a long, restless life dedicated to the struggle for racial justice.



TITLE: VOICES OF A BLACK NATION
AUTHOR:
THEODORE G. VINCENT
ISBN#:
0-86543-203-1
PRICE: $21.95
This collection of writing from the black movement press of the twenties and on through the thirties provides valuable insight into the major political and ideological currents among black groups of that time, as well as the means of persuasion employed by black journalists during this significant aerie….



TITLE: THE SIX BLACK PRESIDENTS
AUTHOR:
DR. AUSET BAKJHUFU
ISBN#:
1-880187-00-0
PRICE: $15.95
Within the confines of this book, there are several references to alternative medicines, herbs and herbal remedies. The author is in no way prescribing medical or herbal remedies here. If you are interested, for any reason, in the herbal references herein, please do contact or see your medical, natural , or herbal doctor first.


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