Black Authors : What is the most important book you've read this year?

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    Reading Rocks!!!

    This year (05'), the most important book I've read was: "Black men; Obsolete, Single, Dangerous?" I believe the author was Haki Madhubuti. Correct me if I'm wrong. This book revealed another intimate side of the Black Mans plight in America:book: Another favorite was: "The Conspiracy To Destroy Black Women".
     
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    "Best book I've read was "What if everything you knew about AIDS was wrong" by Christine Majoree.
     
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    Sisterhood is Forever... had to read it for a philosophy class... excellent read!
     
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