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Beautifully photographed, brilliantly written, printed and perfect bound; CRWNMAG is 130 pages of your hair culture and lifestyle, published quarterly. Thumb through it and see the diversity of Black hair — and find yourself there.
Ain’t I Latina? is an online destination created by an Afro-Latina for Afro-Latinas. Inspired by the lack of representation in mainstream media, as well as Spanish-language media
Third World Press Foundation provides quality literature that primarily focuses on issues, themes, and critique related to an African American public.
7822 S Dobson Ave
In business since 1983, our mission is to provide high quality literature on the history, culture, politics of Africa and the African Diaspora. You will find that our books enlighten, educate and engage. We hope you will enjoy your visit
541 West Ingham Avenue
Trenton, New Jersey
To improve the quality of life for people of African descent (all people) through programs and activities, with emphasis on: Unity * Self-Determination Collective Work & Responsibility Cooperative * Economics Purpose * Creativity * Faith
3815 Live Oak
a blog that will be a resource for parents and highlight where they can find books, videos, apps for their children so they can learn more about their native language and culture.
HANNAH is an unapologetic celebration of and safe space for Black women in the form of a growing community, a biannual custom publication, and an online presence.
Recognized by locals as one of the top restaurants in the Hyde Park and Kenwood area, Normans Bistro offers an American Creole Cuisine with a Brazilian Flair. Outstanding dessert menu and wine list are served in a casual, relaxed atmosphere.
1001 East 43rd Street
Chicago, Illinois 60653