Confessions in B Flat by Donna Hill | Book Review

Donna Hill’s Confessions in B Flat is a romance novel set in 1963 during the civil rights movement where one main characters is working to promote the nonviolent protest led by Dr Martin Luther King Jr and the other is an outspoken activist and follower of Malcolm X. Yet, despite their different views, Anita and Jason’s…

Dapper Dan: Made in Harlem by Daniel R. Day | Book Review

Dapper Dan is not just an icon in the Harlem community, but his life, as a metaphor for the community, reflects its hutzpah and resilience, his memories uncoiling to reveal a heyday long gone and hailing a new, replacement dawn in its wake.  Daniel R. Day shares his recollections in a new book entitled Dapper…