Crystal Wilkinson, Jason Reynolds & William H. Turner To Attend Kentucky Book Festival in November

If you’re in Kentucky or the surrounding areas, look forward to a big deal that’s coming on November 6th. Many authors will be reading, signing, meeting and greeting at the…

Black & Brown Authors Being BANNED From Schools Is the New Shackling of Black Literature

Today there is so much to talk about when it comes to race and racism, and at times it seems that all the diversity “training” going on isn’t being fully…

Must Read West Indian/Caribbean Books That You Don’t Want To Pass By

I love the Caribbean, don’t you? Even if you have never been, the beauty comes through from the people, food, resilience and the landscape in photos and even more in…

What About American Labor As We Move Into Labor Day? These Books Will Fill You In.

As we push forward into Labor Day 2021, why don’t we take a thumb through of some books that tell the stories of the Black Labors of America, from the…

Black & African American Mystery, Fantasy And Historical Books To Read In Summer 2021

Summer 2021 is booming with Black and African American books in the categories of Mystery, Fantasy and Historical! Books by best selling authors Marie Benedict and Victoria Christopher Murray and…

The 1619 Project To Release In Books As A New Origin Story & Born on the Water

The 1619 Project that was brought to us by NY Times Magazine in 2019 is being brought to us all once again in a 400 page, hardcover, digital and audio…

Being Black In America Comes With 3 Boundary Breaking Books For 2021

The Blackness of America has been through it all, and in 2021 there are three boundary breaking books that tell the story of times past and present while moving into…

Author Tochi Onyebuchi to Release His First Nonfiction titled (S)kinfolk in April 2021

From the author of War Girls and Roit Baby comes a brand new book, but this time, it isn’t fiction but nonfiction. Tochi Onyebuchi will release (S)kinfolk: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s…

5 Books To Read To Learn More About The Black Panther Party During Black History Month

With the release of the movie Judas and the Black Messiah comes many questions and stories about who the Black Panthers really were. Were they really terrorists? Absolutely not. Were…