DAD: Black Men and The Journey to Fatherhood by
Leonard Pitts Jr. Breaking stereotypes. HQ756. P55
AND WHITE ON WALL STREET: The Untold Story of the
Man Wrongly Accused of Bringing Down Kidder
Peabody by Joseph Jett and Sabra
Chartrand. HG4928.5 .J48 1999
GENIUS: African American Solutions to African
American Problems edited by Walter Mosley et.
al. From a forum, including articles by Spike Lee,
bell hooks and Jocelyn Elders, M.D. E185.86 .B52556
BLACK PARENTING BOOK: Caring for Our Children in
the First Five Years by Anne C. Beal, Allison
Abner and Linda Villarosa. HQ769 .B3455
THE COLOR OF OUR SKIN: The Illusion of Integration
and the Reality of Race by Leonard Steinhorn
and Barbara Diggs-Brown. Despite our efforts,
Blacks and Whites still lead different lives, why?
E185.615 .S7238 1999
OF THE STREET: Decency, Violence, and theMoral Life
of the Inner-City by Elijah Anderson. F158.9.N4
TO CREAM: A Black Mans Journey Beyond Color
to an Affirmation of Race by Eugene Robinson.
When the author travels as a foreign correspondent,
he discovers Brazil is not the "colored peoples'
promised land" he expected. F2659.A1 R58
GOOD BLACK: A True Story of Race in America by
Paul M. Barrett. The book tells of the
discrimination suit of a man who journeyed from the
projects to Harvard Law to the glass ceiling of a
prominent law firm. KF3464 .B377 1999x
HEALTH FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS: The Physicians'
Guide by Marcellus Walker and Kenneth B.
Singleton. A commonsense approach. RA448.5.N4 W35
TALK AND COMMON SENSE FROM THE BLACK AVENGER
by Ken Hamblin. The conservative radio
personalitys take on American life. E855 .H36
IN THE MIND OF AMERICA: Breaking the Vicious Circle
Between Blacks and Whites by Paul L. Wachtel.
E185.615 .W25 1999
MANNERS: Navigating the Minefield Between Black and
White Americans by Bruce A. Jacobs. Two
theories to improve race relationships. E185.615
An Exploration by Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot.
Local author uses six examples to show how people
should treat each other. BJ1533.R4 L38
PARENTING FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS: Helping Your Kids
Thrive in a Difficult World by Jeffrey Gardere.
Takes an honest look at some of the major
threats to black children &endash; and presents
parents with the tools to deal with them. HQ755.85
TIES THAT BIND: Timeless Values for African
American Families by Joyce A. Ladner, Ph.D. A
sociologists look at reconnecting the black
family by building confidence in children. E185.86
MAMA COULDNT TELL US ABOUT LOVE: Healing the
Emotional Legacy of Slavery, Celebrating Our Light
by Brenda Richardson and Brenda Wade. What
lessons about love and intimacy were passed down
from your fore-mothers to you? E185.86 .R53
BROTHERS THINK, WHAT SISTAHS KNOW by Denene
Millner and Nick Chiles. From the author of The
Sistah Rules. HQ801 .M5753 1999
selected list was compiled by: Kendall
Brothers, General Library, Teen Services,
Marylou Coveney, Dudley Branch, Joseph
Fisher, Dudley Branch, Jacqueline Hogan,
Grove Hall Branch, Janice Knight, Mattapan
Branch, Amy Manson, Chairperson, Connolly
Branch, Margaret Phillibert, General
Library, Adult Services, Amy Short, West Roxbury
Branch, Georgia Titonis, South