SOURCE: Todd Wooten

January 03, 2007 10:56 ET

Todd Wooten's Controversial Book "White Men Can't Hump" Among Top 10 Best Black Books of 2006

CHICAGO, IL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- January 3, 2007 -- "White Men Can't Hump (As Good As Black Men)" [] Volumes I and II (AuthorHouse Paperback ISBN: 9781425957438) recently made the "Top 10 Best Black Books of 2006" compiled by the prominent syndicated writer Lloyd Kam Williams. "White Men Can't Hump" received the acclaim among titles such as; "The Covenant with Black America," edited by Tavis Smiley, and "Letters to a Young Brother: Manifest Your Destiny," by Hill Harper.

In "White Men Can't Hump," Wooten intends to dispel negative perceptions of Black men through open discussion in this intriguing book. Wooten's wish is that one day Black men in America will no longer be viewed in a derogative manner, as he addresses why Black men in America and across the Globe are perceived this way. Is it the "Fear of the Black Penis" Wooten queries? Wooten however does not stop there; he delves into the roles of past U.S. presidents, Hollywood culture and Rap music, among other poignant topics.

Lloyd Kam Williams' articles have appeared in over 100 periodicals around the country. In addition to his legal background, Williams has degrees from three Ivy League schools: a BA from Cornell, an MA from Brown and an MBA from The Wharton School. The Top 10 Best Black Books of 2006 list can be seen across the United States on websites such as:, and

Todd Wooten grew up in a small country town in Central Ohio. After graduating from high school, Wooten enlisted in the U.S. Marines/Ranger/S.E.R.E. (4 years honorable discharge), worked as a prison guard, a bouncer, a mall cop, a paramedic, and fourteen years as a firefighter. Throughout his journey he has met people from all 50 states, of numerous different Races, and from every walk of life.

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