As Black Women's History Month gets underway, a new book - “The Demands of Justice: Enslaved Women, Capital Crime, and Clemency in Early Virginia” - tells the stories of enslaved Black women charged with crimes by their owners. Read an excerpt here.
Michelle Obama’s second memoir ‘The Light We Carry: Overcoming in Uncertain Times’ is slated to hit bookshelves in November.
Activist Colin Kaepernick has released a children’s book that empowers youth to build a strong sense of self-pride and self-awareness.
Author Andrea Stephenson and her 6-year-old son released a book designed to teach youth about Black STEM pioneers.
Renowned Black artist Synthia Saint James—who created the U.S. Postal Service’s first Kwanzaa stamp—has released an art book.
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