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If you are in search of a good book, this month’s BLAC bookshelf has got you covered with five great titles. First up, UCLA professor, Dr. Safiya Umoja Noble’s book, Algorithms of Oppression is an eye-opening examination of the racism of online search engines. Tochi Onyebuchi’s intriguing story Goliath,...
I’m Not Okay With Gray: How To Create An Extraordinary Life After 50 by Coach Michael Taylor debunks the fear-based paradigm permeating society that equates aging with physical and mental decline. I’m Not Okay With Gray: How to Create an Extraordinary Life After 50 is an inspiring resource written purposely...
It can (and has) been said that some of the best stories mirror reality in a way that helps us reflect back on our own lives. This is the goal Detroit-based author Tracie E. Christian had in mind with her latest novel “Murder on the Yard – The Black...
The author uses archives and Ancestry.com to tell his great-great-grandfather Lexius Henson Sr.’s story.
As the chill starts to settle in, cuddle up with a good book, penned by a great black author.