The New Middle Class.
Berkeley. University of CaliforniaPress. 1987.This books talks of the African American social conditions and how these changes are placing them into the middle class range.
Faces at the Bottom of the Well.
New York. Basic Books. 1992.Each chapter in this book draws on legal precedents, historical experience, and fiction of an earlier era to shed light on some of the most perplexing issues of today.
Covey, Stephen R.
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People.
New York. Simon & Schuster. 1989.This book reveals a step-by-step pathway for successful living with principles that give us the security to adapt to change.
The Souls of Black Folk.
New York. Bantam Books. 1989. DuBois seeks to establish relations not only between Blacks and Whites but among Blacks themselves by describing his personal life encounters.
Eldeman, Marian Wright.
The Measure of Our Success: A letter to my children and yours.
Boston. Beacon Press. 1992.Using wisdom and inspiration, this child advocate provides a compassionate message for parents trying to raise moral children in an immoral society.
Johnson, John H.
Succeeding Against the Odds.
Chicago. Johnson Publishers. 1989.Get motivated as you read how this publishing giant got off the welfare rolls and built a media publishing empire that eventually made the Fortune 500 list.
Kimbro, Dennis and Hill, Napoleon.
Think and Grow Rich: A Black Choice.
New York. Fawcett Columbine. 1991.Famous Black entrepreneurs share the secrets of their success and reveal how you can use them to make your own dreams come true.