High on the Hog: A Culinary Journey from Africa to America
Jessica B. Harris’s absorbing new book, “High on the Hog” zeroes in on what she sees as the two divergent strands of African-American cooking. The first reveres homey staples like corn pone, fried chicken and chitterlings…
“Disintegration: The Splintering of Black America” Book Review
“There have always been class distinctions in the black community,” Robinson says, “but what I believe we’ve seen is an increasing distance between two large groups, which I identify as the Mainstream and the Abandoned.”
Terry McMillan’s “Waiting to Exhale” sequel “Getting Happy” to be published this week
“Getting to Happy” picks up with Bernadine, Savannah, Robin and Gloria, 15 years after we last saw them and fills readers in on what they’ve been up to all this time.
The 48 Laws of Power (2000)
Do you ever feel like a pawn in someone else’s chess game? Create your own power with this book.
[Discussion] “Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man”
Ladies, Since Mr. Harvey has chosen to speak for all mankind in his new release, we would like to open a discussion to clear any unclear topics. Have you read this book and still have questions? Want to know if something is really true? The fellas of AlumniRoundup would love to hear your questions.