The Nubian: A Novel
AFROCENTRISM. Debate rages today as to the facts, myths, & fantasies this concept engenders. An exceptional new work, THE NUBIAN, explores this unique cultural perspective, & its true significance. The major theme is the power of culture & spiritual connectedness in dealing with the disillusionment so prevalent in contemporary society. Released by the AZIMUTH PRESS, an Atlanta-based publisher, THE NUBIAN contains a foreword by Dr. Molefi Asante, Chairman of the Dept. of African-American Studies, Temple University. The author, Duane Smith, has extensively studied African cultures, artistic expression & spirituality; he brings these together in a compelling story of personal & family disintegration, & the value of relying on what we intuitively know...to overcome such disintegration. The lesson he teaches us is that we are victims only if we allow ourselves to be victims; we are chosen...if we choose our traditions. For order information on THE NUBIAN, call 1-800-753-3735.
35 pages matching someone in this book
Results 1-3 of 35
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
The Importance of Culture
Weapons of the Spirit
12 other sections not shown
arrived Asia asked Atlanta attention basketball began believe brother BUPPIE called Camille Castle cocaine culture Dee-Dee Deidre Deidre's Derek dinner drug Edison electromagnetic spectrum Emir enjoyed Enrico everything excited eyes face fact father feel friends George Washington Parkway Geri Gloria going hand happened Harder Haskell Hassan head heard Hello Hilliard Hilly inside interested Jason kids knew KWANZAA Lance Lance Powell Lance's laugh living looked Manny felt Manny thought Manny's Michael Jordan mind minutes Molefi Kete Asante morning mother Namibia never nice night photon physical pick pulled quickly realized realm response returned Sandra Sardis Savannah seemed Senator sense sister someone spirit strange suddenly superconductors sure talk tell things told took trying turned Uncle understand voice walked warrior Washington week what's woman wondered worry Xenus young