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For every Black woman who wants to be free

Latest book by award-winning local author provides blueprint for Black women’s liberation At the close of her second book, “Dear Black Girl: Letters from Your...

Local poet “Lex the Gentleman” hopes to inspire with new book

Spoken word poet Alex Spearman, an Indianapolis native known by the moniker “Lex the Gentleman,” has released his first book entitled “Lost & Found:...

Muslims and Catholics gathered nationwide: A pact of unity renewed

Qur’an, chapter 5: verse 69; “Surely those who believe and those who are Jews and the Sabians and the Christians whoever believes in Allah...

Black educators share why they still matter

Dr. Darrius Stanley, author of the book “#Black Educators Matter”, says that Black educators have historically provided much more than academic instruction in the...

Healing the mother wound: The power of facing generational trauma

By STACHE’ SMITH Mother's Day is right around the corner, and while many are planning brunches, buying flowers and writing heartfelt cards, some feel a...

“Medgar & Myrlie: Medgar Evers and the Love Story That Awakened America” by Joy-Ann Reid

By TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER Romeo and Juliet. Abelard and Heloise. Beyonce and Jay Z. For centuries, we've studied the great romances, cried over them, and dreamed...

Philanthropist launches new book on 200 pound weight loss journey  

Collin Mays details his motivation to explore a healthier lifestyle and his mission to help other Black men  SPECIAL TO THE RECORDER DETROIT – Collin Mays,...

I finally read ‘The Color Purple’

In preparation for the release of the movie musical “The Color Purple,” I decided to read Alice Walker’s award-winning book. I had seen the...

A daily dose of grace: Cultivating thankfulness with Rev. Sheila P. Spencer’s ‘Gratitude Journal’

Rev. Sheila P. Spencer is a woman of many talents. She is an author, poet, teacher, traveler and preacher. A strong advocate of gratitude...

Indianapolis filmmaker releases book inspiring youth in media

Indianapolis-based filmmaker and educator Al Smith released his third book “Lights! Camera! College!” The book explores career paths in the media industry in an effort...
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