12-13-2017  1:18 am      •     
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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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‘Helping African-American Families Navigate and Survive the Criminal Justice System,’ by Robbin Shipp, Esq. and Nick Chiles  

 

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'Who We Be' is the work of a new sage thinker with his finger on the pulse

 

 

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Kam Williams reviews The Justice Imperative: How Hyper-Incarceration Has Hijacked the American Dream. Lawyer and author Brian Moran discusses the importance of "recognizing the human dignity of all offenders". 

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Kam Williams reviews Rhythm for Sale. Author Dr. Grant Harper Reid recognizes his truly remarkable grandfather.

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'What I try to do, in the midst of a very polarized media situation -- is bring some sort of balance and reasonable discourse to the conversation'

 

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Kam reviews Diane Proctor Reeder's book on Ebonics  

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If By Chance is the second novel from Portland writer D’Norgia Taylor. And like her first, Sting Beans and Candy Canes, it features time travel, romance and a battle between good and evil. 

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