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Troy Johnson
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...critics and industry observers were "surprised" by War Room's strong (relatively speaking) showing...you know given it is an uplifting film with Black people in it--who wants to see something like that? http://aalbc.it/warroommovie 
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★ “Abagond” http://aalbc.it/abagond is one of the Web’s Best Blogs--Period!
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The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution: http://aalbc.it/blackpanthers2015 (In Theaters: Sep 2, 2015) There is a brilliant film worth checking out.
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Brilliant video, but the links to other sources are even better.  I wish more folks shared the resources of other the web would become an even richer place.
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Dedicated to black women involved in interracial relationships http://aalbc.it/beyondbw
Beyond Black & White is one of the Best Black Blogs by People of African Descent
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Jabari Asim is an Associate Professor of Writing at Emerson College, Executive Editor of The Crisis, the NAACP’s magazine, and the author of twelve books, including The N Word: Who Can Say it, Who Shouldn’t and Why; What Obama Means; and A Taste of Honey.
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Troy and Jabari Asim. Reading both your postings on g+, I immediately pulled my copy of "The Crisis Reader" and read the back cover's acknowledgments. There as if directed I saw an entry by Julian Bond, then Chairman of the N.A.A.C.P. Will wonders ever cease? (Is this the proper saying? )








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I shared this powerful poem: http://aalbc.it/currelley this power
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My name is Troy and I'm a social media addict.
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Remembering Brook Stephenson from +AALBC.com through +Troy Johnson 
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Brook Stephenson is a writer, journalist, and teacher. He is also the founder of the Rhode Island Writers Colony. AALBC.com mourns his tragic and unexpected passing, August 8, 2015.
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If the confederate flag is a racist symbol, as it appears on the KKK's membership application, perhaps the American flag is a symbol of racism too. http://aalbc.it/racistflags
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I'm organizing bloggers to brainstorm ways we can leverage our respective blogs to generate more traffic and revenue for us all.  Please share your ideas here: http://aalbc.it/bloggercoop
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  • New York University, Polytechnic University, Syracuse University
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Advocate for Literacy and Web Equality
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I'm the founder and webmaster of AALBC.com (The African American Literature Book Club). Launched in 1998, AALBC.com is now the largest and most frequently visited web site dedicated to books by and about people of African descent.

I also have over 20 years of corporate experience, in roles ranging from designing wide area networks to managing international projects.

I've been covered in Publishers Weekly, Essence Magazine, The New York Times, The Amsterdam News and many other publications. Learn more about me at: http://aalbc.it/troyspeaks

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NYC Champion Diver, Visited all 50 States, President AALBC.com, Founder Huria.org, Family Man
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