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provocative book on China and globalization (tags)

New book reveals what is China and current global affairs.

China's Global Reach: Book Review (tags)

China is rising and understand its consequences

Legendary Stevie Wonder Receiving the 2005 Literary Award (tags)

The 10th Annual Black Writers on Tour 2005 Conference is coming to Los Angeles. Saturday, April 2, 2005 LAX Radisson, 6225 West Century Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90045 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. WWW.BlackWritersOnTour.com Call: (323) 750-3592 (323) 750-2886 (fax) The theme for this year is "Literacy is Everybody's Business: Who Will Tell Our Story". The 2005 Literary Award will be presented to the Legendary Mr. Stevie Wonder. Also highlighted are the Children of Legends who write. Malcolm X's daughter, Ilyasah Shabazz, author of "Growing Up X", Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s daughter, Yolanda King, author of "Open My Eyes, Open My Soul: Celebrating Our Common Humanity," and Muhammad Ali's daughter, Maryum "May May" Ali, author of "I Shook Up the World." Dr. Claud Anderson will be the luncheon keynote speaker. Luncheon tickets are $45.00. Get your tickets while they last. You can order via telephone with any major credit card. Call (323) 750-3592. Ask for Dr. Rosie Milligan. Thanks so much.

Black Writers On Tour (tags)

The 10th Annual Black Writers on Tour 2005 Conference is coming to Los Angeles. The theme for this year is "Literacy is Everybody's Business: Who Will Tell Our Story". The 2005 Literary Award will be presented to the Legendary Mr. Stevie Wonder.

Growing Up Abused – a review of Cold New World: Growing Up In A Harder Country (tags)

A book that puts human faces on the sinking left-behinds--particularly the youth--of America’s slowly-dissolving middle class. The second of 3 books reviewed that testify against the blaming of the poor for their suffering.

Growing Up Abused – a review of Cold New World: Growing Up In A Harder Country (tags)

A book that puts human faces on the sinking left-behinds--particularly the youth--of America’s slowly-dissolving middle class. The second of 3 books reviewed that testify against the blaming of the poor for their suffering.

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