Books

Steph and Ayesha Curry are creating libraries for youth in underserved neighborhoods throughout Oakland.

The nonprofit Hit the Books is empowering Harlem youth through education and mixed martial arts.

The hit ABC sitcom 'Abbott Elementary' is teaming up with Scholastic to provide underfunded schools with free books.

Scholar and revolutionary activist Angela Davis documented her life as well as her views about women, race, class and politics on the pages of more than 10 books that she has authored. These quotes from a sample of those books have proven to be timeless.

Arin Gentry, founder of the As Told By Foundation, is using her nonprofit to make Black literature accessible to young readers.

Many readers speak of how bell hooks changed their lives for the better. If today is the first time you are discovering hooks' impressive collection, these are the books you should begin with.

Texas Republican state Rep. Matt Krause has compiled a list of 850 books he has identified as materials that "might make students feel discomfort, guilt, anguish, or any other form of psychological distress because of their race or sex," and requested that school districts report possessing any books from the list.

Tiffany Haddish has inked a deal with HarperCollins to create children’s books.

Solange’s platform Saint Heron is launching a free library that features the work of Black creatives.

It appears that a Karen by way of Virginia Beach is hoping to ban one of Morrison's most important pieces of literature from her school district, along with works by other Black authors that deal in themes of race.

A children’s book inspired by ‘The 1619 Project’ is slated to hit shelves this fall.