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From Civil Rights to Black Liberation: Bibliophile

"As the civil rights struggle widened into a national liberation struggle, many activists began looking for political strategies that went beyond the integrationism of mainstream civil rights groups." Liberation School

#ReadingBlackout

#ReadingBlackout: 28 Days of Books By and About African Americans for Black History Month

In 1956, The First International Congress of Black Writers and Artists meets in Paris, featuring the likes of Richard Wright, Léopold Senghor, Aimé Césaire, and Frantz Fanon.

Black Lives Matter at Schools Week

OkayAfrica.

Zora Neale Hurston

A bold retelling of the life of the Their Eyes Were Watching God author

7 black women science fiction writers everyone should know

Harriet Tubman

Jeremiah G. Hamilton

Black Books Matter!

8 LGBTQIAP+ Books By Black Authors

Finalists for the Pauli Murray Book Prize in Black Intellectual History

The power of Ann Petry: “the issues . . . she faces resonate with our times”

Black Male Writers for Our Time

Blazing Trails

Black History Month Library

These New and Upcoming Books by Black Authors Will Give You Life in These Perilous Times

The Creator of 'Hip Hop Family Tree' Talks Rap History and Comics

Politics and Prose

Jesmyn Ward Wins National Book Award for ‘Sing, Unburied, Sing’

The FBIs War on Black-Owned Bookstores

Afropunk

To See How Black History Month is Evolving, Go to School

RespectAbility

The Equality Institute

A radical archive arrives at Harvard

Black Panther and Beyond

Voices + Genius

The MOVE Crisis In Philadelphia

Carter G. Woodson, Father of Black History

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