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“The Real Threat: Us or Them” – Southern Fried Karma reviews Masjid Morning

I was pleased to see on Facebook last week that Southern Fried Karma Press had placed a review of Masjid Morning and another novel on their blog. It is entitled “The Real Threat: Us or Them? by Emery Duffey | Jul 12, 2017 | Southern Culture, Southern … Continue reading

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A Space of Their Own

On Saturday April 28, I took a bus tour in Prince George’s County, Maryland (just east of Washington, D.C.) sponsored by the Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center (PGAAMCC), of North Brentwood, MD. The tour was entitled “A … Continue reading

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Is this the New Year?

Many of us who are connected with schools in some way think of September as the New Year.  I am now experiencing a new kind of “New Year.” A year ago I had just changed my official website to WordPress … Continue reading

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Not a romance novel

I have learned that some people are confused about the genre of Well Considered due to the cover, which depicts a black man and a white woman.  Having discovered this at Capital Bookfest Harrisburg, we made a point of quickly … Continue reading

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James W. Loewen at Busboys & Poets

Sales have passed 1.5 million copies for James Loewen’s book, Lies My Teacher Told Me. His book Sundown Towns gives a shocking portrait of racism throughout the country, of white people refusing to let those of other races and religions live in … Continue reading

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