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African American Book Lovers Webring, an affiliate of Beyond Words Village forum, and is a gathering place of African American book clubs, reading groups, and official author websites.


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Biographical information about Deborah Grate Frink and her novel, Blinded by Colors. The site includes information about discovering the world around you and releasing yourself from your own misconceptions about others. It involves learning to grow together as a human group united and not as subcultures trying to defeat each other, or feeling superior.
   Suburban Sista's Guide to Literature and Politics Preview Go
The pre-eminent blog for suburban sistas interested in literature, politics, art and other cultural pursuits. Book reviews. Previews of the author's soon-to-be-published works. Also, contains anecdotes and advice on parenting African-American children in suburbia.
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Non-fiction books about Africa and Black America on politics, history, economics, race relations and other social and political issues.

   Readers Cafe Preview Go
This site is for men and women who love to read but have no time to attend a traditional "book club". The club reads a variety of generes, including african american lit.
   Stone Fine Papers & Gifts Preview Go
Stone Fine Papers & Gifts offer afrocentric bookplates and bookmarks. Essentials for African American book lovers!
   Polygamy : Afrikan Centered Experience Preview Go
book written by Mama Khandi about an Afrikan family structure
   University of Sankore Press Preview Go
The University of Sankore Press serves the large and constantly growing Black Studies reading audience in both the academy and the community. This independent press continues a legacy of commitment to African scholarship and learning by publishing scholarly yet accessible books on continental and diasporic African life, culture and history, with due attention to issues of race, ethnicity%2
   A Woman's InJustice: The Novel Preview Go
The official website of upcoming best-selling author of "A Woman's InJustice," Natasha R. Noel.
   Behind the Pink Ribbon a book by P. J. Toney Preview Go
A Clinical Trial Participantís Legacy of her experience with breast cancer

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