The Word on Street Lit: Family Ties

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From sisters who are sworn enemies in Nisa Santiago’s Checkmate to twin brothers connected by a strong bond despite different interests in Tysha’s Young-Minded Hustler, family is a big theme in this month’s selections.

The Word on Street Lit: These Ladies Have Come a Long Way

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The Word on Street Lit: These Ladies Have Come a Long Way

The Word on Street Lit: Payback Time

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The Word on Street Lit: Payback Time

The Word on Street Lit: Scam Queens & Dirty Divas

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The Word on Street Lit: Scam Queens & Dirty Divas

The Word on Street Lit: 2012 Street Lit Book Award Medal Winners; Plus, Trash Talk

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The Word on Street Lit: 2012 Street Lit Book Award Medal Winners; Plus, Trash Talk

The Word on Street Lit: From Strip Clubs to Law Offices

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The Word on Street Lit: From Strip Clubs to Law Offices

The Word on Street Lit: Old School Versus New Blood

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The Word on Street Lit: Old School Versus New Blood

The Word on Street Lit: Women Thugs on Top

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The Word on Street Lit: Women Thugs on Top

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K’wan, Ice-T & Michelle Monay

Short Takes: 27 Graphic Novels for African American History Month

The past year was a good one for African American-themed comics. Traditional publishers as well as the comics industry have come out with plentiful and quality reads across age brackets. A few backlist titles are also included below. The Glyph Awards celebrate outstanding comics made by, for, and about people of color, and as a […]

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