Book Review

Pauli Murray: Refusing restrictions of society and law

Book Review: As a womanist, I would gladly claim Pauli Murray as a sister womanist, but I honor her own self-naming as a black feminist who refused to allow others to label her, restrain her or restrict her. 

Book Review

The 'lived religion' of street basketball

ss10072016p01phc.jpgBLACK GODS OF THE ASPHALT: RELIGION, HIP-HOP, AND STREET BASKETBALL
By Onajé X.O. Woodbine
Published by Columbia University Press, 224 pages, $30

Book Review

A paradoxical faith: Amid deaths without reason, black people see God as Liberator

Book Review: Persons of African descent have been denied a home since this nation's earliest beginnings. 

Book Review

School fought for its segregated students

ss10112013p05pha.jpgFROM THE BACK OF THE PEWS TO THE HEAD OF THE CLASS: THE REMARKABLE ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF A SEGREGATED CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL IN THE DEEP SOUTH
Edited by Robert McClory
Published by ACTA Publications, $14.95

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A foundation laid by black women