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Black Men's Wellness
This is a very special section to me. Most self-help books are focused on women. So I've selected here books specifically for black men to get advice and inspiration ? from the male point of view. I can't think of another group more in need love and attention than black men. I hope you find something here to help you grow, raise your sons, and just plain find and be loved ?jenn


  
Guys, Let's Keep It Real!
A Message of Hope for Boys Growing Up in Poverty, Racism, and Despair
by Farrell Artis
Trade Paperback
Retail Price: $9.95 
What's in Your Future?
Do you have a dream? Do you have a plan for reaching your goals? Do you think of the future in terms of what you will have instead of the kind of person you will be? Are  [ more ]

  
Speak My Name
Black Men on Masculinity and the American Dream
by Don Belton, Editor
Trade Paperback
Retail Price: $9.99 
Including the work of Derrick Bell, Trey Ellis, Haki Madhubuti, Clarence Major, Walter Mosley, Quincy Troupe, John Edgar Wideman, and August Wilson, among others, Speak My Name explores the intimate territory behind the myths about black masculinity.  [ more ]

  
Brotherman
The Odyssey of Black Men in America, an Anthology
by Herb Boyd
Trade Paperback
Retail Price: $9.99 
The purpose of this extraordinary anthology is made abundantly clear by the editors' stated intention: "to create a living mosaic of essays and stories in which Black men can view themselves, and be viewed without distortion." In this, they have  [ more ]

  
Black Men on Race, Gender, and Sexuality
A Critical Reader
by Devon Carbado, Editor
Trade Paperback
Retail Price: $9.99 
In late 1995, the Million Man March drew hundreds of thousands of black men to Washington, DC, and seemed even to skeptics a powerful sign not only of black male solidarity, but also of black racial solidarity. Yet while generating  [ more ]

  
Not a Genuine Black Man
Or How I Learned to Be Black in the Lily-White Suburbs
by Brian Copeland
Hardcover
Retail Price: $9.99 
In 1972, when Brian Copeland was eight, his family moved from Oakland to San Leandro, California, hoping for a better life. At the time, San Leandro was 99.4 percent white, known nationwide as a racist enclave. This reputation was confirmed  [ more ]

  
Souls of My Brothers
Black Men Break Their Silence, Tell Their Truths and Heal Our Spirits
by Dawn Marie Daniels
Trade Paperback
Retail Price: $9.99 
A genuine reflection of the everyday lives of Black men from all walks of life, Souls of My Brothers is an inspirational collection of first-person narratives that details the unique journey of the Black man as he struggles to define  [ more ]

  
Raising Fences - A Black Man's Love Story
by Michael Datcher
Trade Paperback
Retail Price: $9.99 
When Michael Datcher was growing up in inner-city Los Angeles, fatherlessness was the one thing he had in common with his friends. Every night their mothers returned home exhausted after working overtime to put food on the table, and they  [ more ]

  
The Pact
Three Young Men Make a Promise and Fulfill a Dream
by Sampson Davis
Trade Paperback
Retail Price: $9.99 
Chosen by Essence to be among the forty most influential African Americans, the three doctors grew up in the streets of Neward, facing city life?s temptations, pitfalls, even jail. But one day these three young men made a pact. They  [ more ]

  
Reclaim Your Power!
A 30-Day Guide to Hope, Healing, and Inspiration for Men of Color
by Terrance Dean
Trade Paperback
Retail Price: $9.95 
Reclaim Your Power! A 30-Day Guide to Hope, Healing, and Inspiration for Men of Color is a compact but powerful book in which community philanthropist Terrance Dean provides men of color with meaningful, spiritual meditations that can be practiced anywhere  [ more ]

  
Finding Fish - A Memoir
by Antwone Fisher
Trade Paperback
Retail Price: $9.99 
Baby Boy Fisher was raised in institutions from the moment of his birth in prison to a single mother. He ultimately came to live with a foster family, where he endured near-constant verbal and physical abuse. In his mid-teens he  [ more ]


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