Stephen Biko Talks About the Decatur Book Festival and Black Hair With Emerging Author R.J. Rahman

From: R.J. Rahman Books
Published: Mon Aug 30 2010

R.J Rahman author of the phenominal book of poetry entitled: Black Hair In the 21st Century Poetry That Gets to the Root of the Matter; "The First Book of Its Kind" that uses poetry to address the Don Imus Controversy and the state of Black Hair Today. This book is also "The First Book of It's Kind that uses Poetry to Chronicle the history of Black Hair. Rahman will be a featured author in the Emerging Author section of the 2010 Decatur Book Festival. The Decatur Book Festival is one of the largest book festivals in the United States. Each year thousands of book lovers attend this festival during Labor Day Weekend in the United States. This year Labor Day Weekend will be September 4th and 5th 2010 and the festival will be from 10 am to 6pm both days.

The last installment of the three part interview of R.J. Rahman's ground breaking book; Black Hair In the 21st Century Poetry will air on Blog Talk Radio August 25th 2010 at 9:30pm eastern time. The topic will be a continuation of last weeks subject matter taken from chapter 10 of Black Hair In the 21st Century Poetry entitled: Afros to Blones. Within this installment there will be three additional questions that will be presented along with the topic which are as follows:

Why are Black Women Going Blond?
Is Blond Hair an Expression of Empowerment for Black women?
Or is it Reflective of a lack of Cultural Understanding?
Why are Black women with Dark skin tones Becomming Blondes?

If you missed any of the interviews that featured Author R.J. Rahman which were aired Wed August 11th and the 18th 2010 at 9:30pm eastern time just type in the title of the show on internet explorer or type in the title of the Blog talk show name within a Google or Yahoo search to pull up archived shows anytime.

Stephens Biko's Blog Talk Radio Show airs every Wed from 9:00pm to 11:00pm eastern time. Look for R.J. Rahman's website for a sample poem or book reviews. Her book can be purchased at, Barnes&, and Borders Black Hair In the 21st Century Poetry will be in Bookstores October 2010.
Company: R.J. Rahman Books
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