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This little book is not intended to be an exhaustive account on the work and history of Black America. It is suggestive and explanatory. It's objective is to stimulate men and women to the discovery and perception of the truth that the answer for the community is within the community. This book investigates the progress and awakening of the Black community through development and improvement. Focusing on growth, both during and post-slavery, and how it's imperative to continue and honor what has been established by and for Black America. This book spotlights what problems lie within Black America and how they can be significantly repaired. From Black organizations such as the NAACP and the National Urban League, Black Fraternities and Sororities, and Prince Hall Masons to the Black church. All of these institutions have carried important roles in the development of Black America. ""They have all contributed to the evolution from education, economics, environment, etc."" says Dr. Taylor.
Black Crab Syndrome: The Schadenfreude Effect gives a view on the current problems facing the Black community and brings to the forefront such issues as self-hate, black violence, and the rising educational deficiency. Discusses the past and present exploitation of blacks, the rising drug epidemic, slavery and eyewitness accounts by the Author. This book also traces black's role in slavery and the early impact of Christianity on blacks. The Book concludes with a reminder that the physical restraints of slavery has been removed, but its psychological effects continue to bind blacks today.
A brilliant novel of mystery and history merged together when in 1891 a young girl disappears mysteriously and is never heard from again. Abigail Stone just graduated from college when she and her dog, Willow, are moving to St. Augustine, Florida, where she will be employed at the Blue Water Clinic. She’s rented a small home from a feisty sixty-eight-year-old lady who lives next door. Shortly after Willow and Abigail move in, Willow starts to investigate and finds a letter that’s over one hundred years old. Abigail engages her landlord in the reading of the letter, and from there, they enter into a maze of danger, risk, and intrigue that begins when Henry Flagler and his second wife, Ida, were the talk of the town.
The child of an alcoholic father and an eccentric artist mother discusses her family's nomadic upbringing, during which she and her siblings fended for themselves while their parents outmaneuvered bill collectors and the authorities.
In Hairspray, it's 1962--the fifties are out and change is in the air. Baltimore's Tracy Turnblad, a big girl with big hair and an even bigger heart, has only one passion: to dance. She wins a spot on the local TV dance program, The Corny Collins Show, and overnight is transformed from an awkward overweight outsider into an irrespressible teen celebrity. But can a trendsetter in dance and fashion vanquish the program's reigning blond princess, win the heart of heartthrob Link Larkin, and integrate a television show without denting her 'do? Only in Hairspray! Based on John Waters's 1988 film, the musical comedy Hairspray opened on Broadway in August 2002 to rave reviews. Hairspray: The Roots includes the libretto of the show--along with hilarious anecdotes from the authors, to say nothing of dance step diagrams and full-color bouffant wigs to copy and cut out--along with all the creative energy, brilliant color, and full-out emotion that have made the musical "a great big, gorgeous hit . . . [that] is a triumph on all levels" (Clive Barnes, The New York Post).

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