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The ‘Hood Comes First: Race, Space, and Place in Rap and Hip-Hop (Music Culture) By Murray Forman

The ‘Hood Comes First looks at the increasingly specific emphasis on real neighborhoods and streets in rap music and hip hop culture as an urgent response to the cultural and geographical ghettoization of black urban communitie...
 
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Sheena’s Dreams (Urban Christian) By Marilyn M. Anderson

A young Christian woman blessed by God with the ability to see the future in her dreams has a nightmare that makes her question herself–and her faith–in this compelling novel More about this book
 
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Heaven Sent By Montre Bible

As the descendant of a fallen half-angel and a human, young Andrew is possessed of supernatural powers that are dangerously beyond his understanding. Then an inevitable dark force rises up to threaten his family…and his soul. A...

 
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Suddenly Single (Urban Christian) By Shana Burton

How does a woman know when she’s found the one? Most know after a few bad dates and broken hearts but for Vashti Hunter, it also took being left at the altar, arrested, the other woman, and an affair with her pastor before she ...
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The Scream Within By Dwan Abrams

Shawna Cartier’s life of privilege comes to a drastic halt when she is committed into a psychiatric ward. The experience forces Shawna to do a self- evaluation and come to terms with her past. She must deal with painful and sho...

 
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She Never Answered By Cedric S. McKenzie

She Never Answered is a compelling story about a little boy abandoned at six days old by his mother. Cedric s mom was told by the Arkansas Foster Care System that her newborn would be placed in a good home, but that was not to ...
 
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Black Pearl By Marilyn Mayo Anderson

Marcus Phillips is his father’s pride and joy. He is a Christian, well mannered, and an intelligent young man. At an early age, he had already decided what his life’s work would be. He had aspirations of becoming a doctor every...
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Illusions (Urban Christian) By Wanda B. Campbell

After three years of marriage, Deise Hightower discovers that her husband, Pastor Byrce Hightower, has an addiction: one that has plagued him for 17 years. The pastor’s subsequent denial and casual attitude toward his addiction...
 
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Right Package, Wrong Baggage (Urban Christian) By Wanda B. Campbell

For five years, Pamela Roberts, has balanced the demands of being a single mother and a devoted Christian. She unselfishly places the needs of her son, Matthew, above her own. Although she tries to convince everyone that she’s ...
 
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Remixing the Ritual: Hip Hop Theatre Aesthetics and Practice By Baba Israel

Remixing the ritual establishes a framework for Hip Hop, sets context in the Black arts movement , examines Americas legacy of minstrelsy vs commercial Rap, and arrives at the intersection of Hip Hop and theatre. This intersect...