Winter 2017

Volume 26, Issue #1

The Journal of Negro Education

The Journal of Negro Education, Volume 84 (Auspices of Howard University), by Howard University, outlines the historical narratives and race relations with the implications for Black males and...

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African American Community Development

African American Community Development-With Twelve Case Studies (Edwin Mellen Press), by William M. Harris Sr. (B.S. ’64), proposes a new interpretation of community development uniting the Black...

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Expectations: They Can Make You or Break You

Expectations: They Can Make You or Break You (WestBow Press), by Eric Ronald Jackson (B.S.M.E. ’61), puts a new spin on the idea of expectations, the different levels of expectations and...

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Experiencing God’s Favor

Experiencing God’s Favor (Xulon Press), by Lorraine Drew Diah (B.S. ’60), encourages anyone who is experiencing or has experienced poverty, abuse, disappointment, discrimination or a single-...

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Leave the Rat Race to the Rats

Leave the Rat Race to the Rats (Hot Calaloo Press), by Michael Irving Phillips (B.S. ’62), is a novel that serves as the blueprint for transforming the dismal American ghettos by abandoning the...

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The Ultimate Guide to Doing Business in Africa

The Ultimate Guide to Doing Business in Africa (Motivational Press Inc.), by Leyland Hazlewood (B.A. ’58), offers businesses insight on the enormous opportunities for expanding and strengthening...

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