The African-American Kitchen
African American Women Speak Out On Anita Hill-Clarence Thomas
Edited by Geneva Smitherman
American Black History
by Ted Terry
To Be Young, Gifted and Black
by Lorraine Hansberry
by Addison Gayle, Jr.
The Black Students Guide to College Success
edited by Rudy D. Higgins, Clidie B. Cook, William J. Ekeler, R. McLaran Sawyer, and Keith W. Prichard
Summary: Provides information on college choice and financial aid for black perspective students.
Celebrating Our Mother's Kitchen
Treasured Memories and Tested Recipes
by The National Council of Negro Women, Inc.
Summary: Contains various recipes by several black celebrities.
Cooking from Our Heritage
by Angela Shelf Medearis
Crisis in Black Sexual Politics
by Nathan Hare, Ph.D. and Julia Hare, Ed. D.
Summary: A very candid discussion on African American male and female relationships.
Cultural Diversity in Organizations: Theory, Research & Practice
by Taylor Cox, Jr
Directory of Special Programs for Minority Group Members
Career Information Services, Employment Skills Banks, Financial Aid Sources
Discarded Legacy: Politics and Poetics in the Life of Frances E. W. Harper 1825-1911
by Melba Joyce Boyd
Summary: This book affirms and acclaims Frances E. W. Harper as a major force in the development of nineteenth-century thought, not only in her literary responses to the climate of her own time but also in her durability and relevance to the present.
The Endangered Black Male
by Jeffrery M. Johnson
Evaluating Trainer Effectiveness
by Leslie Rae
A Gathering of Voices on The Asian American Experience
Edited by Annette White-Parks, Deborah D. Buffton, Ursula Chiu, Catherine M. Currier, Cecilia G. Manrique, Marsha Momoi Piehl
Summary: This is a study of tradition and change in the Asian American community highlighting self-identity, insider/outsider perspectives, educational changes, popular culture, and clash of cultures.
Gorilla, My Love
by Toni Cade Bambara
The Higher Education Money Book for Minorities and Women
by William C. Young
Summary: A directory of selected scholarships, fellowships, internships, grants and loans.
Contemporary Native American Writing from Sun Tracks
Edited by Larry Evers & Ofelia Zepeda
Summary: Editors Larry Evers and Ofelia Zepeda have gathered the contributions of nineteen Native Americans in compiling this collection. Some are stories from oral traditions, others are autobiographical writings, and some are songs or poems. All are contemporary and have as a unifying element a strong central theme in Native American writing: home places.
How to Run Seminars and Workshops
by Robert Jolles
Summary: Covers all the bases, including research and preparation, questioning techniques, pacing, visual aids, interest holding, evaluation and support, feedback, and much more on training the trainer.
Images That Speak: "The Cross-Cultural Communication Workshop"
Multi-Cultural Communications Inc.
Summary: This program portrays a workshop that assists with promoting cross-cultural communications and understanding within an ethnically diverse classroom setting.
In Love & Trouble
by Alice Walker
by Ralph Ellison
Managing Cultural Differences
by Philip R. Harris and Robert Moran
Summary: Managing Cultural Differences describes the high-performance strategies that today's business professional needs to work smoothly and effectively within multicultural environments at home and abroad.
The Man Who Cried I Am
by John A. Williams
by Alice Walker
The Miseducation of the Black Child
The Hare Plan: Educate Every Black Man, Woman, and Child
by Julia Hare and Nathan Hare
Summary: The Miseducation of the Black Child examines and reflects upon the plight of the education of black youth nationally. She examines the problem, the popular misconceptions, and presents a plan.
by Charles Taylor Summary: This paperback brings together an even wider range of leading philosophers and social scientists to probe the political controversy surrounding multiculturalism.
by Richard Wright
by James Calano & Jeff Salzman
Returning the Gift
edited by Joseph Bruchac
Summary: This anthology includes works from Native Americans from every corner of the continent, representing a range of tribal affiliations, languages, and cultures. In compiling this volume, Bruchac invited every writer who attended the festival to submit new, unpublished work; he then selected the best of the more than 200 submissions to create a collection that includes established writers like Duane Niatum, Simon Ortiz, Lance Henson, Elizabeth Woody, da Hogan, and Jeannette Armstrong, and also introduces such lesser-known or new voices as Tracy Bonneau, Jeanetta Calhoun, Kim Blaser, and Chris Fleet.
Sassafrass, Cypress & Indigo
by Ntozake Shange
Song of Solomon
by Toni Morrison
Valuing Diversity: New Tools for A New Reality
edited by Lewis Brown Griggs
Summary: Use this collection of ideas and strategies to build diversity awareness and specific skills at all levels: personal, interpersonal, and organizational. Examine the approaches that have worked (and failed) in leading companies. Whether you're making the initial commitment. . .managing specific situations, such as team building. . .or spreading the word that "diversity is good business". . .these tools will help you reap the potential of workforce diversity now and into the next century.
Voices of the Self: A Study of Language Competence
by Keith Gilyard
Summary: Original and creative in structure, Gilyard's book explains analytically how urban blacks use language and learn dialects other than the Black English that characterizes their early speech patterns.
Women Singing in the Snow: A Cultural Analysis of Chicana Literature
by Tey Diana Rebolledo
Summary: This first book-length analysis of the Chicana literary traditions is a substantial contribution to American feminist literature and a fitting companion to the author's popular anthology Infinite Divisions: An Anthology of Chicana Literature