Pinellas County school district officials announced that Toni Morrison's 'The Bluest Eye' has been pulled from school libraries.
Black literary trailblazers Toni Morrison and Ernest J. Gaines will be honored with U.S. Postal Service stamps.
Legendary writer Toni Morrison left her indelible mark on the literary world, so it's only right that we remember some of her famous words that she both wrote and spoke in life.
A television series inspired by Toni Morrison’s novel Sula is in the works.
Following a longstanding lawsuit that saw Toni Morrison's historic book 'The Bluest Eye' taken off shelves at libraries throughout the Missouri School District, a lawsuit from the American Civil Liberties Union has now resulted in the book being returned to its rightful place.
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On Monday, Glenn Youngkin, the GOP's great white hope in Virginia's gubernatorial race, released a campaign ad featuring a woman who, in 2012 and 2013, embarked on a mission to get iconic, Nobel Prize-winning Black author Toni Morrison's novel Beloved removed from her son's school.
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.
Prairie View A&M University launched a writing program inspired by literary giant Toni Morrison’s legacy.
She was the author of "The Bluest Eye," "Beloved" and "Jazz"
Princeton University has renamed a campus building in author Toni Morrison’s honor.
Toni Morrison says White fear––not anger––led to Donald Trump's victory.
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