Michelle Obama will be hitting the road this November to promote her highly anticipated new memoir, Becoming. The 10-city book...
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The unique journey of this Asian Southern belle is more than a page turner but an intimate look into the life of trans-racial America
“Don’t judge a book by its cover”, the English idiom is often used about jumping to conclusions before knowing...
Put Pride Into Your Bookshelf Book Club
Authors to read who intersect between the African-American and LGBT community
In June of 1969, the Stonewall Riots in Manhattan kicked off the Gay Liberation Movement and marked June Pride...
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Self-Described "Failure Experts" Help Singles & Couples Redefine "Relationship Goals"
By Kenyon & Taccara Martin O.K. let’s go ahead and get it out there, Valentine’s Day articles are...
Sex Expert Says Black Women Unhappy Because They’re Not Having Great Sex Book Club, IJS, Love & Happiness, Mind, Body & Soul, Newsticker
Dr. Andrea Pennington, Author of The Orgasm Prescription For Women, says all Women should Climax at Least Three Times a Week
This article originally appeared on Medium.com A few years ago I appeared on The Dr. Oz Show, a...
5 Ways to Manifest The Life You Want Book Club, Empowerment, Mind, Body & Soul, Newsticker
Author of What You Don't Know About Your Soul Shares Simple Steps to Manifest Anything You Want
Manifesting is the materialization of things you know and believe to be true. Whether in theory or for...
“Wimmen’s Comix” Taught Young Women, Feminism Is Anti-Sexism, Not Just Anti-Male Book Club, Empowerment, Newsticker
Trina Robbins replicated her own experience of comics; ““They made me feel like I could be the heroine of a comic book, like I could be anything.”
A typical dictionary describes feminism as “the advocacy of women’s rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic...
Princess Arabella Books Teach Little Black Girls They Can Be Princesses Too Book Club, Empowerment
With her orange dress, dark skin, and kinky hair, Arabella broadens the definition of what it means to be a princess.
Mylo Freeman, a black Dutch author and illustrator, was inspired to write her Princess Arabella books after she heard...
Author and screenwriter J.K Rowling may be a muggle, but her extraordinary life proves that one does not need...
Women’s History Month Spotlight: bell hooks Arts & Entertainment, Book Club, Featured
An influential contributor to working class feminist theory.
bell hooks is an extremely influential American author, feminist and social activist. Her iconic pen name is derived from her maternal...
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