This book made me cry!
Book: Bad Boys: Public Schools in the Making of Black Masculinity (Law, Meaning, & Violence) by Ann Arnett Ferguson Genre: Research, education Readability: 5/5 Length: 272 pages Cost: $17 on Amazon; $30 on Thrift Books Overall: 5/5 Ann Arnett Ferguson is currently an Associate Professor Emeritus of Africana Studies at Smith College in Northampton, … Continue reading Ashlei’s Bookshelf: Bad Boys by Ann Arnett Ferguson
"The groundbreaking book that redefines what it means to be smart."
Looking for a quick self-help read that will change your life and the way that you think? Look no further.
If you are a parent, grandparent, aunt or uncle, or even if you interact with children and/or adolescents on a regular basis, I highly recommend you read this book!
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Presumed Incompetent is not just a book for women of color; it is a volume about women of color but one that is for men and women of all races and ethnicities. It provides rare insights for those of us who are not women of color into the experiences, perspectives, goals, and realities of a significant constituency in academia. --John F. Dovidio
Book: Milk & Honey by Rupi Kaur Genre: Poetry Readability: 5/5 Length: 208 pages Cost: ~$9.00 on Amazon Overall: 5/5 So I probably haven't read a poetry book since my mom bought me Shel Silverstein's Where the Sidewalk Ends way back in the day. I remember really enjoying reading poetry, too! But I must admit that … Continue reading Ashlei’s Bookshelf: Milk & Honey
I wasn't a huge Gabrielle Union fan before I read this book -- But now I am!
Everyone who has female reproductive organs should read this book, as well as everyone who does not have female reproductive organs, but cares about someone who does. So basically, everyone should read this book.