Food for the Soul is a 614 page book of non-fiction written by Poet, Author and Playwright Maryanne D. Brown Campbell, aka M. D. Johnson. It features recipes, startling statistics, deeper insight into the reason 70% of black women are single, poetry, ...
Posted Saturday, July 2nd 2016 at 6:11PM
Serpentine Tongue is a composite of 11 of Maryanne D. Brown Campbell's earlier works, featuring poems, plays, collages and pencil sketches of her visions, and artistry. She presents the trials and tribulations, the life experiences, and notions of a ...
Posted Saturday, July 2nd 2016 at 6:10PM
Relica Enchanted is a novella series still in the works, whose premise may still need unwrapping, however it is the author’s first attempt at fiction writing, in which she fuses erotica, romance, horror, action and adventure and sci-fi or fantasy tog ...
Posted Saturday, July 2nd 2016 at 6:09PM
Processed vs Natural... What's your preference?
When it comes to hair, which are you most in favor of and why? Natural or Unnatural
(i.e. dreads, afro, perm, weaves, braids, extensions, etc.) ...
Posted Sunday, June 6th 2010 at 4:18AM
Based on the Work of Oscar Barbarin, PhD, Professor at the University of North Carolina School of Social Work, http://ssw.unc.edu/RTI/presentation/PDFs/aa_families.pdf:
Parenting and Discipline
African American families tend to be more
Posted Tuesday, May 11th 2010 at 10:06PM
According to www.blackdemographics.com, the 2008 Black Population was 41.1 million,
13.5% percent of US population. The density of the black population by region was as follows:
West – 10% (4,162,537)
Midwest – 18% (7,354,137)
Northeast – 18% ...
Posted Tuesday, May 11th 2010 at 9:36PM
How many have graduated from a historically black college university versus a predominantly Anglo-American university? And if so, or if not, what is your take? ...
Posted Tuesday, May 11th 2010 at 9:22PM
I came across an article entitled, “The Perils Of Patronizing” by Michael Gerson, who wrote the following:
“Christianity was the religion held by slave masters -- often distorted into an ideology of oppression. But African Americans found a model ...
Posted Saturday, April 24th 2010 at 7:10PM