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By Susie Piper

From Valleys to Mountains is a poetic history of the many trials and tribulations that existed during slavery years.  It is also a description of the early days of freedom, from the onslought of slavery, up to,  and including current day occurences in our country.

This series of poetical works is written for the learning of present and future generations; for dramatization, entertainment, and as an inspiration to keep the freedom dream alive.


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By Dr. Marie Senegal-McNeese
A novel of wry humor and parody on the counseling profession. After years of guiding and giving friendly advice to others, psychotherapists, Dr. Jane Haven, begins to question the authenticity of her profession, leading her to a thoughtful and provocative search down memory lane. Dr. Haven proceeds to dissect her past, as well as compelling present day issues that she is presented with, in a comical and light hearted manner.
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By Dr. Marie Senegal-McNeese
A novel of wry humor and parody on the counseling profession. After years of guiding and giving friendly advice to others, psychotherapists, Dr. Jane Haven, begins to question the authenticity of her profession, leading her to a thoughtful and provocative search down memory lane. Dr. Haven proceeds to dissect her past, as well as compelling present day issues that she is presented with, in a comical and light hearted manner.
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By Mitch Connors

Secret Talking Pictures

 A little girl and her small family learn how her coloring book can be a helpful family member. The connection the little girl makes with her coloring book saves her and her family a lot of money and a lot of trouble.

Goldspot

 A pre school boy learns how to stay away from trouble from a flying wise old bird. This bird teaches the boy and his family and his neighbors how to solve local crimes.

Adam’s Hot Cell

A young four year old boy uses his unknown birth defect to return home after he gets kidnapped. After the police department is not aroused the boy’s disappearance. His parents and off duty cops put a mean in full effort in action. Then the boy’s birth defect starts to interact with the boy’s family and the off duty cops. These combined efforts get the boy back home.

Meteors Paralyze D. C.

FBI agents are forced into failure by current cosmic events. Good efforts by the agents to export a terrorist clash with Mother Nature. Giving the terrorists an upper hand. But the agents come back with a big win.

Slave Rocks Rolling

 To stay out of Masters focus an old wise slave weeds out a problem hyper salve.  Then other slaves join him after the hyper slave stirs up trouble for everyone.  Those slaves use their skills to hand the problem slave over to the right people. Some problems were solved.

Grand Moms Street Crime

 Lazy youthful behavior leads a young man into a potential crime life.  But his desist Grandmother knows her neighborhood well enough to handle the gang problems that are living around her plot. The gang members meet mysterious conflicts that only a grandmother could come up with. After which the youth meets his absent father right before a disaster. 


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By Mitch Connors

Secret Talking Pictures

 A little girl and her small family learn how her coloring book can be a helpful family member. The connection the little girl makes with her coloring book saves her and her family a lot of money and a lot of trouble.

Goldspot

 A pre school boy learns how to stay away from trouble from a flying wise old bird. This bird teaches the boy and his family and his neighbors how to solve local crimes.

Adam’s Hot Cell

A young four year old boy uses his unknown birth defect to return home after he gets kidnapped. After the police department is not aroused the boy’s disappearance. His parents and off duty cops put a mean in full effort in action. Then the boy’s birth defect starts to interact with the boy’s family and the off duty cops. These combined efforts get the boy back home.

Meteors Paralyze D. C.

FBI agents are forced into failure by current cosmic events. Good efforts by the agents to export a terrorist clash with Mother Nature. Giving the terrorists an upper hand. But the agents come back with a big win.

Slave Rocks Rolling

 To stay out of Masters focus an old wise slave weeds out a problem hyper salve.  Then other slaves join him after the hyper slave stirs up trouble for everyone.  Those slaves use their skills to hand the problem slave over to the right people. Some problems were solved.

Grand Moms Street Crime

 Lazy youthful behavior leads a young man into a potential crime life.  But his desist Grandmother knows her neighborhood well enough to handle the gang problems that are living around her plot. The gang members meet mysterious conflicts that only a grandmother could come up with. After which the youth meets his absent father right before a disaster. 


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By Clenora Frances Hudson, PhD

Clenora Frances Hudson, PhD (Weems)—Prof., Theorist, Film Writer, Author of Africana Womanism and Emmett Till trilogies, Co-author (Wilfred D. Samuels, PhD) of Toni Morrison, Editor of Contemporary Africana Theory, Thought and Action.

Clenora’s narration of the genesis of the Civil Rights Movement comes from her pioneering ‘88 doctoral dissertation. Now she offers a solution to racism—Remorse, Redemption, Forgiveness. Emmett Till’s bloated face touched the world!

Atty. Alvin O. Chambliss, Jr.—2006 Charles Hamilton Houston Prof. of Law (NCCU);
Last Original Civil Rights Attorney in America

Emmett—Legacy, Redemption and Forgiveness vividly details the story of the Till Murder Case in its entirety, including its aftermath years later. As it unfolds, we witness the change of heart of a racist to a sympathizer for the oppressed.

Delores P. Aldridge, PhD—Grace T. Hamilton Prof. Emerita,
Founder of Black Studies, Emory U 1971, Student Activist

In Emmett, Clenora gives us all that we need to advance to positive 21st. century race relations, which could greatly curtail racial domination thus, escalating to racial healing. A cause célèbre, coming on the heels of The Butler and 12 Years a Slave, Emmett is both timely and urgent!

Barry Morrow—Oscar Award Winning Co-Writer of Rain Man and Producer


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By Clenora Frances Hudson, PhD

Clenora Frances Hudson, PhD (Weems)—Prof., Theorist, Film Writer, Author of Africana Womanism and Emmett Till trilogies, Co-author (Wilfred D. Samuels, PhD) of Toni Morrison, Editor of Contemporary Africana Theory, Thought and Action.

Clenora’s narration of the genesis of the Civil Rights Movement comes from her pioneering ‘88 doctoral dissertation. Now she offers a solution to racism—Remorse, Redemption, Forgiveness. Emmett Till’s bloated face touched the world!

Atty. Alvin O. Chambliss, Jr.—2006 Charles Hamilton Houston Prof. of Law (NCCU);
Last Original Civil Rights Attorney in America

Emmett—Legacy, Redemption and Forgiveness vividly details the story of the Till Murder Case in its entirety, including its aftermath years later. As it unfolds, we witness the change of heart of a racist to a sympathizer for the oppressed.

Delores P. Aldridge, PhD—Grace T. Hamilton Prof. Emerita,
Founder of Black Studies, Emory U 1971, Student Activist

In Emmett, Clenora gives us all that we need to advance to positive 21st. century race relations, which could greatly curtail racial domination thus, escalating to racial healing. A cause célèbre, coming on the heels of The Butler and 12 Years a Slave, Emmett is both timely and urgent!

Barry Morrow—Oscar Award Winning Co-Writer of Rain Man and Producer


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By Richard Kenyada
In Black Mosaic: Essays for Post-Racial America, Richard Kenyada assesses the progress we've made in our quest to find the key element that unites us as Americans and, further, as human beings. The term "post racial"popped up after the first Obama victory, but the mood of the country has not reflected that kind of hope. In many ways, Americans seem to be drawing their own lines in the sand. But it's no longer the historic us-against-them of the Cold War era. The lines are being drawn between Americans - races, classes, genders, and sexual orientation.
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By Richard Kenyada
In Black Mosaic: Essays for Post-Racial America, Richard Kenyada assesses the progress we've made in our quest to find the key element that unites us as Americans and, further, as human beings. The term "post racial"popped up after the first Obama victory, but the mood of the country has not reflected that kind of hope. In many ways, Americans seem to be drawing their own lines in the sand. But it's no longer the historic us-against-them of the Cold War era. The lines are being drawn between Americans - races, classes, genders, and sexual orientation.
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By DEBORAH MBOYA
There is a Nigerian proverb that says, "It takes a whole village to raise a child." A Collection Of Stories Volume II is a collection of 25 folktales and short stories that will encourage people of all ages to believe in the power of loving, caring, giving, and sharing with others.
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By DEBORAH MBOYA
There is a Nigerian proverb that says, "It takes a whole village to raise a child." A Collection Of Stories Volume II is a collection of 25 folktales and short stories that will encourage people of all ages to believe in the power of loving, caring, giving, and sharing with others.
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By Inno Chukuma Onwueme
Imagine yourself having one foot planted on one continent while the other foot is on another continent. A huge transformational step, isn’t it? That’s precisely what Inno Onwueme’s early-life story does. One foot is planted firmly in the traditional African village where age-old customs mingle with poverty, disease, ignorance, and deprivation. The other foot pivots tantalizingly in 1960’s California, at the cutting edge of western civilization. Here, searing social and political upheavals of global significance were shaking the very foundations of modern America and the world. Add to the mix, a second dimension where your journey starts with a decade of colonial rule, and extends through the first decade of post-colonial independence, straddling both eras. And did we mention a civil war, and his becoming a refugee? It was a time of great fomentation personally, nationally and globally. Read this engaging story and enjoy it as a thrilling novel, richly spiced with African proverbs. Then pinch yourself and recall that this is not fiction. It all truly happened. This was a real life being lived in exciting times. Challenge yourself to explore how the changes of the political transition intertwined with Professor Inno’s transformation from an African village boy to a cosmopolitan man in America. Marvel at how the history of an era was acted out in microcosm by this village boy. LIKE A LILY AMONG THORNS takes global and national metamorphosis down to the personal level. It invites you to see history in a new light.
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By Banji Oyeniran Adediji
Deeper Insight into Nigeria’s Public Administration is a collection of a wider range of Public Administration topics to which scholars and authors have devoted attention in recent time. Here is a lucidly written and presented book, which selective scholars, researchers and readers would find indispensably useful to procure for personal and institutional librarians.
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By Barry Keith

'All I ever wanted was to look good with her walking down my favorite street where the sidewalks were paved with my best intentions amid the fear in people's eyes. Her face became crimson, as if someone had cut off her air. The expressionless look on her face was one that brought about a strange terror in me. I loved her.'

The Waiter is a beautiful, tragic portrait of loneliness. It is the story of a gigantic, isolated black man living in Washington, D.C. who hates and mistrusts people, yet gives much of his life to service.

After his parents blame him for the accidental near death of his younger brother, The Waiter is exiled from home. For years afterward, he lives a resentful and sheltered existence, yet remains preserved away from a growing Washington drug and murder crisis responsible for the deaths of many blacks. Unaware of the crisis, The Waiter clings to an idea of providing the best of service to the antagonistic, fearful patrons who frequent his job as a personal way of defining himself. At the same time, he remains reclusive outside of his work, feeling invisible in an increasingly tense public. In Bryce Range, the posh Washington restaurant that employs him, The Waiter meets and falls in love with Samantha, a beautiful white regular patron who graces his table one weekend night. During the misguided courtship that follows between the two, The Waiter's asphyxiating attempt to love Samatha unknowingly accelerates her private suffering from being molested by her own father as a child. Her pain manifests itself through a severe depression that relinquishes her at times without speech or memory. Upon growing dependent upon his relationship with an increasingly ill Samantha for relief from his own solitary existence, The Waiter employs his tremendous service mentality in an effort to care for her deteriorating mental state. His destructive impatience and ignorance of Samantha's distress soon renders her as nothing more to him than another troublesome patron. Once Samantha's mental illness leaves her bedridden without appetite, conversation, employment or emotion in his own home, The Waiter's pain propels him toward seeking understanding from people in the malevolent city he has spent years shielded from in resentment. After the loss of Samantha, The Waiter is left with a stunning portrait of his own lack of compassion, which gives him the courage to reconcile with himself and his family.

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By Inno Chukuma Onwueme
Imagine yourself having one foot planted on one continent while the other foot is on another continent. A huge transformational step, isn’t it? That’s precisely what Inno Onwueme’s early-life story does. One foot is planted firmly in the traditional African village where age-old customs mingle with poverty, disease, ignorance, and deprivation. The other foot pivots tantalizingly in 1960’s California, at the cutting edge of western civilization. Here, searing social and political upheavals of global significance were shaking the very foundations of modern America and the world. Add to the mix, a second dimension where your journey starts with a decade of colonial rule, and extends through the first decade of post-colonial independence, straddling both eras. And did we mention a civil war, and his becoming a refugee? It was a time of great fomentation personally, nationally and globally. Read this engaging story and enjoy it as a thrilling novel, richly spiced with African proverbs. Then pinch yourself and recall that this is not fiction. It all truly happened. This was a real life being lived in exciting times. Challenge yourself to explore how the changes of the political transition intertwined with Professor Inno’s transformation from an African village boy to a cosmopolitan man in America. Marvel at how the history of an era was acted out in microcosm by this village boy. LIKE A LILY AMONG THORNS takes global and national metamorphosis down to the personal level. It invites you to see history in a new light.
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