The world changes according to the way people see it, and if you alter, even by a millimeter, the way people look at reality, then you can change it." ~James Baldwin
Annotated Tears, Vol. 1 America's Auschwitz
This is a collection of annotated poems, the majority of which were written in California State Prison New Folsom’s Creative writing class.
KHALIFORNIA: From Myth to Reality
This book details the history of California, as well as pre-European African existence in North America.
Annotated Tears, Vol. 2 Soledad Uncensored
Not only a book of poems, Annotated Tears Vol. 2 (Soledad Uncensored) explores the history and current states of racism in Soledad State Prison through the historical lens of the Soledad Brothers.
AND THEN THEY CAME: A Memoir
Talib’s life story reveal his shocking experiences in the intersections between race, juvenile incarceration, and Islam.
THE WHOLE FIRE: The Origin of the Ghetto and the Creation Of Two Americas
This riveting book details the tragic past of Blacks in America, as well as the nation’s targeted attempts to destroy Blacks as a people.