By Leonard E. Burnett, Jr and Andrea Hoffman
The total number of affluent ethnic households in the United States in now estimated at over 1.3 million, and the buying power of affluent African Americans is currently $87.3 billion. It would be foolish in the extreme not to tap into this rich buying segment! Authors Leonard E. Burnett and Andrea Hoffman have a combined total of over sixty years catering to this market segment. In Black is the New Green they show readers how to follow in the footsteps laid down by brands such as Gucci, HSBC, Sony Electronics, and Aston Martin, among others, to become successful in a segment corporations can't afford to overlook if growth is the objective.
New release from Zazie Books
SONG OF RAMONA
By Meg Merriet
A Fairy Tale for Pirates and Rogues
A BLACK MAN IN THE WHITE HOUSE
By Cornell Belcher
Foreword by Governor Howard Dean
“The problem of the twentieth century is the problem of the color line.”
-W. E. B. DuBois, The Souls of Black Folk
Coming in 2022
from the author of
a brand new memoir...
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...a fierce and telling memoir of a woman whose talent, self-confidence and sheer bravado can inspire us all."
A Moment in Time
By Michael Rose
Available for the first time in our new ebook edition!
While producing a documentary about the early years of Elvis Presley, Michael Rose discovered a cache of photos from 1956 that had been hidden away and forgotten.
These never before seen photos track the tail end of Elvis Presley’s spring tour in 1956. The photos capture “A Moment in Time” just before his rocket takes off and he becomes the icon we still know today.
It’s an intimate look at life backstage, on stage, with his band, his fans and his family during the most important year of his life.