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Recommended Reading


Essential Reading

Apart from numerous titles that are mentioned throughout On The Real Side broadcasts or are otherwise reviewed on the website, here is a list of essential titles recommended by Emmett Doe.  Please support this website by purchasing these titles through the links provided.

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The 16th Round: From Number 1 Contender to Number 45472 by Rubin Carter – I call this “The Magic Book” because it was this compelling story that set the wheels in motion that liberated an innocent man, by way of unseen forces. “Carter was born and raised in Paterson, New Jersey, the fourth of seven children. Carter acquired a criminal record that resulted in his being sentenced to a juvenile reformatory for assault and robbery shortly after his 14th birthday. Carter escaped from the reformatory in 1954 and joined the Army at age 17. A few months after completing infantry basic training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, he was sent to West Germany where he developed an interest in boxing.” –

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Hurricane: The Miraculous Journey of Rubin Carter by James S. Hirsch – A must read for all Black Afrikan people determined to find the way, from under the murdering grip of white Supremacy. “In prison, Carter resumed his interest in boxing, and upon his release in September 1961, turned professional. At 5 feet 7 inches, Carter was shorter than the average middleweight, but fought all of his professional career at 155-160 pounds. His shaven head, prominent mustache, unwavering stare and solid frame made him an intimidating presence in the ring. His aggressive style and punching power (resulting in many early-round knockouts) drew attention, establishing him as a crowd favorite and earning him the nickname “Hurricane.” After he had beaten a number of middleweight contenders such as Florentino Fernandez, Holley Mims, Gomeo Brennan, and George Benton, the boxing world took notice. Ring Magazine first listed him as one of its “Top 10” middleweight contenders in July, 1963.” –

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Lazarus and the Hurricane: The Freeing of Rubin “Hurricane” Carter by Sam Chaiton – How this unseen force directed the lives of many to achieve a purpose by using a child of another exploited victim of the modern plantation called, The Music Industry – who was the lead singer of the famous Del Vikings, Earl Martin. “On June 17, 1966, at approximately 2:30 a.m., two black males entered the Lafayette Bar and Grill in Paterson, New Jersey, and started shooting. The bartender, Jim Oliver, and a male customer, Fred “Cedar Grove Bob” Nauyoks, were killed instantly. A badly wounded female customer, Hazel Tanis, died almost a month later, having been shot in the throat, stomach, intestine, spleen and left lung, and her arm shattered by shotgun pellets. A third customer, Willie Marins, survived the attack, despite being shot in the head and losing sight in one eye. Both Marins and Tanis told police that the shooters had been two black males, although neither identified Carter or his companion in the car, John Artis, or anyone else, as the shooters.” –


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Iron John: A Book About Men by Robert Bly – A book for middle aged men who want a shot at a life (here) before death. A book for younger men, who want to learn/understand the Heroes Journey. “Robert Bly was born in Lac qui Parle County, Minnesota to Jacob and Alice Bly, people of Norwegian ancestry. Following graduation from high school in 1944, he enlisted in the United States Navy, serving two years. After one year at St. Olaf College in Minnesota, he transferred to Harvard University, joining the later famous group of writers who were undergraduates at that time, including Donald Hall, Adrienne Rich, Kenneth Koch, Frank O’Hara, John Ashbery, Harold Brodkey, George Plimpton, and John Hawkes. He graduated in 1950 and spent the next few years in New York.” –


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The Rag & Bone Shop of the Heart by James Hillman – A collection of poems, that sing to the masculine heart, mind and soul. “Beginning in 1954, Bly took two years at the University of Iowa at the Iowa Writers Workshop along with W. D. Snodgrass, Donald Justice, and others. In 1952 he received a Fulbright Grant to travel to Norway and translate Norwegian poetry into English. While there he found not only his relatives, but the work of a number of major poets whose work was barely known in the United States, among them Pablo Neruda, Cesar Vallejo, Antonio Machado, Gunnar Ekelof, Georg Trakl, Rumi, Hafez, Kabir, Mirabai, and Harry Martinson. Bly determined then to start a literary magazine for poetry translation in the United States. The Fifties, The Sixties, and The Seventies, introduced many of these poets to the writers of his generation, and also published essays on American poets.” –

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Walking Swiftly: Writings in Honor of Robert Bly by Thomas R. Smith – Walking? Fine out where!  “During this time, Bly lived on a farm in Minnesota with his wife and children. His first marriage was to award-winning short story novelist Carol Bly. They had four children, including Mary J. Bly, a Literature Professor at Fordham University and also a best-selling novelist. Bly and Carol divorced in 1979; he has been married to the former Ruth Ray since 1980. He has a stepdaughter from his marriage to Ruth Bly. A stepson from the marriage died in a pedestrian-train incident while he attended private college in Minnesota. Suicide was suspected but never confirmed.” –


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Belly Song  and Other Poems by Etheridge Knight – A collection of kick-ass, stomp-down- Jail-house poems. Very Lucky, if U find one – F U do, U will be well rewarded. “Etheridge Knight (April 19, 1931 – March 10, 1991) was an African-American poet who became a notable poet in 1968 with his debut volume, Poems from Prison. The book recalls in verse his eight-year-long sentence after Etheridge was arrested for robbery in 1960. A prose version was published in Italian as Voce negre dal carcere, and in English as Black Voices from Prison (1970), which includes other prisoners’ writings. Knight was born to a poor family in rural Corinth, Mississippi, in which he was one of seven children. After attending school only until the completion of the ninth grade, Knight decided to drop out at the age of 14. At such a young age, he realized that without an education, his opportunities were limited. In his hometown, he could only find menial jobs such as shining shoes and spent much of his time at pool halls. This took an emotional toll on Knight. Desperate to relieve himself of the despair of reality, he slipped into drug addiction. In an attempt to find himself and a purpose in life, Knight decided to join the U.S. Army in 1947. Knight served as a medic in the Korean War until he was discharged from service in 1951, after suffering from a shrapnel wound.” –

Our History Is Still Being Written: The Story of Three Chinese-Cuban Generals in the Cuban Revolution by Armando Choy – The world is grateful it still is – read why!

In the Shadow of the Liberator: Hugo Chavez and the Transformation of Venezuela by Richard Gott –

Coup Against Chavez in Venezuela: The Best International Reports of What Really Happened in April 2002 by Gregory (ed.) Wilpert – Get to know, why this man is more feared and hated then Fidel – and why the poor of the world love’s him too.

Lydia Bailey by Kenneth Lewis Roberts- Drink deeply of the water’s of the Haitian Revolution to quench a thirst for knowledge you never knew you had.

All I Know About Politics by Anonymous- Remembering always a curtain Lady!

The Story Behind Helen Keller by – The Greatest teacher ever known, educated the greatest women, the West has produced to date. This is a story for any, and all who aspire to be “teacher”!

The Story of My Life: With Her Letters (1887 – 1901) And a Supplementary Account of Her Education, Including Passages from the Reports and Letters of her Teacher, Anne Mansfield Sullivan by Helen Keller – Collection of Ms. Kellers correspondence that offers a glimpse into a heart and mind that knew no malice. When I saw, and heard Ms. Keller, she was in her 70’s, and I was 11. That emersion in the experience of her, serves me to this day.

Loss of Empire: Legal Lynching, Vigilantism, and African American Intellectualism in the 21st Century by L. V. Gaither – The author documents black participation in the public spectacle of lynching, as he weasels with the meaning of it in his own life. To understand how deeply scared our souls have been made to be. Read this book.

The Irritated Genie by Jacob H. Carruthers – When the Irritated Genie is invoked by the oppressed and the god-dam sick and tired – Haiti will be freed! This is not a book for the faint of heart or those who pretend to pray for freedom.

Carnival of Fury: Robert Charles and the New Orleans Race Riot of 1900 by William Ivy Hair – This brother, kicked-ass and took many with him, Robert Charles is a real roll model, for the people made in america, (pmia) unlike the candy-asses Rev. Chicken-bone tells sissy’s they should be like.

The Spook Who Sat by The Door by Sam Greenlee – Give this book to every pmia boy over 11 and every pmia man under 80!

Race First: The Ideological and Organizational Struggles of Marcus Gravey and the Universal Negro Improvement Association by Tony Martin – What he had, we’ve let white Supremacy take – our sense of “Race Pride” and why “RACE FIRST”!

Blueprint for Black Power: A Moral, Political, and Economic Imperative for the Twenty-First Century by Amos Wilson –  another warrior who was killed on the way to freedom – this book written for us, is why!

Chosen People of the Caucasus: Jewish Origins, Delusions, Deceptions and Historical Role in the Slave Trade, Genocide and Cultural Colonization by Michael Anderson Bradley – Neanderthal people are still with us – find-out who they are; and more.

Black Resistance/ White Law: A History of Constitutional Racism in America by Mary Frances Berry – Those who swear-by the U. S. Constitution will swear at it after reading Professor Berries 411.

1421: The Year China Discovered America by Gavin Menzies – A major crack in the BS, that’s white Supremacy History. They know it, do U?

King Leopold’s Ghost: A Story of Greed, Terror, and Heroism in Colonial Africa by Adam Hochschild – One of the Biggest Royal Bastards-ever: 20 million slaughtered in the Belgian Congo under his Rule. Read all about it, and understand why the killing of the people of Congo has not stopped!

Leaving Atlanta: A Novel by Tayari Jones – A surveyor of the government reign of terror – misunderstood as “The Atlanta Child Murders”. Read what it was like to have children you know class-mate and school mates murdered.

Getting It Together by – John Winters, did not believe in nonviolence, he showed me his M-79 Grenade Launcher, Fully Automatic M-16, and other weaponry to protect his home and family.
He had to purchase building and construction materials from the white- source, instead of the best source.
Joe W. Kirven, also shown with Governor Bill Clemens and the Black Republican Men’s Club.

This Little Light of Mine by Earl B. Lewis – She is the real and rightful heroin of the so call Civil Rights Movement. It was she that scared President Johnson so bad that he called a press conference to focus attention away from Mrs. Hammer, as she was addressing the Democratic National Convention in Chicago. In 6 months she led a revolt against the Southern Racist Dixie-rats and succeeded in organizing a third political party in the State of Mississippi. Had the liberals, Jews, and Labor Movement Northern Racist not betrayed them, The Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party would have changed political reality in america. Read a genuine and courageous story and the truth that kicks Rosa Parks – to the back of the bus!

An American Dilemma: The Negro Problem and Modern Democracy (Black and African-American Studies) Volume 1 by Gunnar Myrdal – My first Hardcover book (1038 pages) purchased for $16, at 17 years of age, on the sole recommendation and faith in Felton Lewis, PhD. This man knew I had an active mind, but with out facts, the history. It pays to invest time in young boys with active minds. This book is all you need to read today. BTW: Supreme Court Justice Theargood Marshal, was one of the researchers for this empirical work.

The Real Anita Hill by David Brock – Every thing you didn’t want to know about the friend turned into a back stabbing opportunistic assassin of her mentors good name and reputation. Hill aided and abetted the enemies of the people made in america, by castrating and publicly humiliating the man who would be the only seated justice stripped publicly of any moral authority before his confirmation.

Lincoln The Unknown by Dale Carnegie – Worth reading, specifically for those misguided souls that don’t understand to their chagrin, that Obama is very much like old (nigger hating) Abe.

The Lamplighters by Frazer Lee – A few good tips homemakers of today.