12-09-2016  11:07 am      •     
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Crime fiction is increasingly focused on issues of race and police brutality. A majority of crime writers, including those taking on these issues, but publishers are increasingly seeking Black writers -- like Attica Locke, shown here -- who write about crime. By Jenny Walters - Attica Locke, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikipedia. 

Recent crime novels show increased awareness of race and policing 

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Kam calls this author's first book "a terrible disappointment" and "laughable" 

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Author Bert Ashe 

“[This book] explores black hair, in all its untamed glory, from a man's point-of-view."

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Kam Williams reviews education reformist, Jessie Hagopian's, new  book about the history standardized history has with the eugenics movements   

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Alana and Pat Raybon visiting college campuses 

Kam Williams reviews "Undivided" the story of a Christian mother and Muslim daughter finding peace   

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 Kam Williams reviews Robin Wilson's book about wellness-centered design   

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Fomer White House correspondent opens up about new memoir ''The Presidency in Black and White"   

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Kam Williams reviews Leah Wright Riguer's book about the sometimes awkward relationship between African Americans and the GOP   

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'Justice While Black,' 'An Obama's Journey,' 'Who We Be,' and more

 

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