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Revolution, Among Other Things: A Conversation About Anger, White Privilege, and Cultural Honesty

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A conversation With Ed Gilbreath, author of Birmingham Revolution: Martin Luther King Jr.’s Epic Challenge to the Church. Read more

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Revolution Revisited: A Review of Ed Gilbreath’s “Birmingham Revolution”

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If you think you know what Birmingham, King, and the Letter From a Birmingham Jail were all about, think again. Edward Gilbreath’s new book will open your eyes to see a true revolution in the making and a revolutionary who was more than a dreamer. Read more

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Aide Shares the Bible Devotionals He Sent to President Obama Each Morning

By Adelle M. Banks 

Joshua DuBois, the private man of faith behind President Obama’s public efforts to work with religious and charitable groups, reveals a bit about himself in his new book, “The Presidential’s Devotional.” Read more

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Tales from the ER: A Review of “Living and Dying in Brick City”

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Dr. Sampson Davis’s new book sheds light on the healthcare crisis in inner-city neighborhoods in particular and the black community in general. Read more

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Keeping the Fire Burning: An Interview with the Co-Author of “March”

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“March,” the multi-book graphic novel about the life of Congressman John... 

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A Review of “Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth”

By Verdell A. Wright 

A thoughtful critique of Reza Aslan’s new book geared toward the novice and the knowledgeable of the historical “quest” for Jesus. Read more

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What If? An Introspective Review of “The Other Wes Moore”

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As a writer, my life is framed by what if, the question at the base of all great... 

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A Tasty Way to Succeed

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Marcus Samuelsson’s memoir tells the story of how an Ethiopian orphan rose through the food service industry to become an internationally renown chef. Read more

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What Is Black Community?

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A scholarly survey of how African Americans struggled for a community identity before the Civil War — and how it affects us today. Read more

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Undoing the Damage of Sunday Morning Segregation

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A compelling new history of Southern Presbyterian churches reveals the challenge of moving on from American Christianity’s cultural captivity to racism and patriarchal idolatry. Read more

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