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Shirley Anita Chisholm
March 29, 2018
American politician, educator and author... ... read more »
New Book Offers No-Nonsense, Take-Charge Tips for Nice Girls
March 8, 2018
Some people believe nice girls finish last, but that’s not Tiffany Okafor’s philosophy. ... read more »
Author, activist Jewish convert Julius Lester dies at 78
January 25, 2018
Julius Lester, an author, musician, civil rights activist and university professor who made a late-life conversion to Judaism, has died. He was 78. ... read more »
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God Makes a Way at Taste of Soul
October 12, 2017
Taste of Soul vendors overcome hardships and the odds with faith to be at this year’s festival. ... read more »
Dr. Carliss McGhee – A Champion for All Children
September 21, 2017
That determined, confident approach has worked for McGhee throughout her career and she continues to apply it in her role as president of the Inglewood School Board. ... read more »
Author of “Hidden Figures” Margo Lee Shetterly at the 48th Annual NAACP Image Awards
February 22, 2017
Author Margot Lee Shetterly talks about the inception of her book "Hidden Figures" Host: Brandon I. Brooks ... read more / watch video »
Film Review: I Am Not Your Negro
January 4, 2017
James Baldwin left behind some biting and enlightening words about racism and the status of the Black community that are just as relevant today in this age of the Black Lives Matter movement. ... read more »
‘Moving Forward: A New Take on Biblical Teachings’
September 29, 2016
Author Stephanie Ike talks about her new Christain book "Moving Forward." The book is a guide that teaches how to avoid stagnancy and find life purpose Host: Dion Allen ... read more / watch video »
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Walter Mosley Marks 25th Year as Leading Black Mystery Author
June 29, 2016
Americans met Easy Rawlins in the book, “Devil in a Blue Dress,” in 1991 and followed the private investigator’s escapades for more than two decades in a series of gripping mysteries such as “White Butterfly,” “Six Easy Pieces,” “Cinnamon Kiss” and “Rose Gold.” ... read more »
Author Jasemine Knowles, from College Grad to Amazon Best Seller List
June 8, 2016
Award winning journalist and author of ‘Between Love and a Hardplace’ and ‘A Tease-Spoon of Love and Revenge gives advice to young black authors ... read more »
‘Wonderful You’ Teaches Self Love and Compassion
March 16, 2016
The secret, at least from author and life coach Naimah’s POV, is self compassion and self love… knowing that one is worthy of good things without any outside validation. This is what she is imparting to the youngest of believers in her new children’s book, “The Wonderful You”, co-written by her husband and fellow life coach Dr. Q. In about 20 full color pages, illustrated by Stephen Adams, Naimah tells the story of Pooky Poo, a sad little mouse who, in Wizard of Oz-esque fashion, happens upon a variety of experts teaching the secret to happiness. ... read more »
Author Tensie Taylor talks about her book “BULLIED, from Terror to Triumph”
March 9, 2016
How do you snap back from a childhood full of bullying, suicidal thoughts and sexual assault? “You overcome these things by finding your self worth and realizing your purpose,” said Tensie Taylor. She is the author of the new book “BULLIED, from Terror to Triumph,” which chronicles the difficulties and depression she dealt with over her young years of being bullied. ... read more »
The Los Angeles Sentinel Interviews Maulana Karenga
September 23, 2015
  On the eve the 50th Anniversary Nguzo Saba 2015 Conference and Awards Luncheon held by the African American Cultural Center and the Organization Us, the Sentinel interviewed the central figure of this half century celebration and milestone, ... read more »
Kevon Gulley Wants To Save Black Boys
July 29, 2015
After a call from God, He realized he had work to do during a dangerous time for young Black men. ... read more »
Oprah’s Book Club Author Speaks on Narrative Therapy at African American Mental Health Conference
June 24, 2015
In what is perhaps a step towards changing the stigma of mental illness that persists in Black communities, Cynthia Bond, bestselling author of the critically acclaimed novel Ruby, was on hand at the African American Mental Health Conference last week to speak about the healing impact of narrative therapy. ... read more »
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