Georgia Sen. Rev. Raphael Warnock has released a new children’s book that illustrates the power of purpose to help uplift the youth.

Hakim's Bookstore—Philly’s first and longest-standing Black-owned bookstore—will receive a historical marker.

The school, one of the city's largest and oldest elementary institutions, has operated without a library for a decade. The shelves of the new space will be stocked with pieces of literature penned by diverse authors and stories in which students can see themselves reflected.  

Alicia Keys has released a novel about a Brooklyn-bred Black girl superhero.

Will Smith’s Book Club has teamed up with the Creative Artists Agency Foundation for the creation of a mentorship program.

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

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

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

Steph and Ayesha Curry recently led a youth empowerment initiative in Oakland.

A 6-year-old from Long Island donated over 5,000 books to children in need amid the pandemic.

Former first lady Michelle Obama will host virtual read-alongs for youth amid the coronavirus pandemic.

A Tennessee-based barber gives discounts to children who read books while getting their hair cut.