African American teenage boys
Aug 12, 2010 — In these stories — three novels and two works of nonfiction — a history teacher, a wry angst-filled teen, a budding celebrity chef, an intrepid spice hunter, and Ernest Hemingway himself whisk you to vacation spots around the world.
May 6, 2009 — Author Colson Whitehead's latest novel, Sag Harbor is a coming-of-age tale about a group of friends spending a 1980s summer in a predominantly black enclave in the Hamptons. Whitehead talks about his fourth book, which has already received a string of positive reviews.
Aug 29, 2005 — Farai Chideya talks with Marilyn Nelson, poet laureate of Connecticut and author an emotional narrative poem on the death of Emmett Till. Nelson explains why she wrote the poem for young adults, and how it challenges readers to speak out against modern-day injustices.
Aug 11, 2005 — Los Angeles is home to almost four million people of every ethnicity — and sometimes, they don't share that home very peacefully. Author Nina Revoyr takes a tour of the city's Crenshaw district, the setting of her novel about family secrets and the 1965 Watts riots.