For African Americans contemplating getting into Internet entrepreneurship and for those who might already be entrepreneurs, this book explains in a practical manner how to become an Internet entrepreneur from an African American perspective. From inception to exit, this book also gives you practical knowledge that you can use right away for any type of potential business endeavor.
"Well written and easy to understand"
Many people have said that the top prize in education is graduating students who are knowledgeable of the basics; however, too many of America's public-school children have not reached that level of stability. One of the reasons is too many students are concentrating more on the school environment than on math and science.
I Hate Black People Who Hate Black People examines the untreated spiritual disorder of Black self-hate and disrespect.
"A one-sided tale"
In 1954, two preteen boys, with opposite personalities, electrify Glenwood, a small African-American section of a town called Chesterville, when one, a feared bully with homicidal fantasies, becomes terrified of the other, a mild-mannered bookworm who would hardly shoo a fly.