Black Biz BanterNov 19, 2023
Was Hannibal Black?
Miracles Do Happen
QUEEN SOPHIA CHARLOTTE'S AFRICAN ANCESTRY - AFRIWARE INTERVIEW WITH DR. STEPHANIE MYERS
Stephanie Myers, author of "Invisible Queen" shares some of the hidden history surrounding the African ancestry in Britain. You'll learn about the life of Queen Sophia as abolitionist, wife of 21 children, botanist, and many other accomplishments.
Black Mermaids, Princesses and other Black Fairytales "The Little Mermaid," and other fairytales
"Being with Horses" author interview with Nahshon Cook
Ida B. Wells' Monuments & Markers. Great Granddaughter, Michelle Duster speaks on her Legacy
African Spirituality reading list Blog Post read
The Story of Juneteenth author interveiw with Alliyah Agostini
The Story of Juneteenth: Celebrating the End of Slavery in the United States by Alliyah Agostini is a beautifully illustrated children's book. Afriware Books owner Nzingha Nommo had a lively conversation with Ms. Agostini about the inspiration for her book and how she started embracing her calling as a writer. Since she was raised in Bufallo, NY, she also mentioned how the community was impacted by the recent gun violence at the grocery store she remembered frequenting as a child.
Report from Chicago Rainbow Beachfront at NAACP Wade-In Protest Site
This post was originally made on Afriware Books' owner Nzingha Nommo's facebook page on June 14, 2022 in solidarity with #teachtruth. #Teachtruth was a call to action by the Zinn Education project to draw attention to historical sites wherever we are that though "uncomfortable" for some, mark important points in our history. The idea is to make sure information like this is never banned from history books in spite of the desire of some politicians to do so.
Audio of What is the Story The Alchemist about
What are the 7 Principles of Maat
Black Wall Street Blog Reading
Who started the Montgomery Bus Boycott?
Did Africans Sell Africans Into Slavery? Part 1 and 2
Books on Black Indians
Books by Queen Afua
Banned Black Books
Just one question has the power to change
In Celebration of the Young's people
Going with the Flow
Thoughts on Juneteenth
This episode discusses the mixed community response surrounding Juneteenth as historically signed into law as a Federal Holiday on June 20, 2021.
Much to Love about Malcolm X
More than meets the eye
Building Your Legacy
Leaving the Corporate Nest
Underground Railroad and Amazon behind the scenes
The Amazon Factor for Authors
We welcome child entrepreneur Haley Anderson and mom Tosha Simpson Anderson
The Eternal Year of African People with Dr. Asantewaa
Is it just another conspiracy?
For New Authors Part 2
Interview with Takiyah Prowell, author of "Re-Re the Reader"
Takiyah L. Prowell, 8 year old author of "Re-Re the Reader" joins us to discuss her inspiration for writing her first book. She says, "Reading is my superpower." Owner/Founder of Afriware Books is honored to have her as our first guest on the program.
Turning No to YES
Wearing Many Hats
Business Model Changes
For New Authors
Afriware Books founder reveals the backstory to the latest opening of a satellite in Racine Wisconsin. She almost didn't post it, so if you liked it, let her know.
Customer Service Part 1
Going above and beyond has many applications. Owner/founder of Afriware Books shares a recent example she went through during the pandemic.