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By: Jacqueline Woodson
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Jacqueline Woodson, the acclaimed author of Another Brooklyn, tells the moving story of her childhood in mesmerizing verse.
By: David C. Banks
“rare book that can bring tears to your eyes while showing the way to deep and meaningful social change”
By: Nnedi Okorfor
"Nnedi Okorafor writes glorious futures and fabulous fantasies.
By: Jesmyn Ward
A hurricane is building over the Gulf of Mexico, threatening the coastal town of Bois Sauvage, Mississippi, and Esch's father is growing concerned.
By: Ralph Ellison
follows one African-American man's quest for identity during the 1920s and 1930s—and decades later
By: Yaa Gyasi
This formidable, epic novel begins with two African sisters who experience life during the slave trade differently:
By: Charlamagne Tha God
In Black Privilege, Charlamagne presents his often controversial and always brutally honest insights on how living an authentic life is the quickest path to success.
By: Issa Rae
(Kirkus Reviews)—waxes humorously on what it’s like to be unabashedly awkward in a world that regards introverts as hapless misfits and black as cool
By: Robinson Phoebe
A hilarious and timely essay collection about race, gender, and pop culture from upcoming comedy superstar and 2 Dope Queens podcaster Phoebe Robinson
By: Natasha Deo`n
For a runaway slave in the 1840s south, life on the run can be just as dangerous as life under a sadistic Massa.
By: Rita Dove
Three decades of powerful lyric poetry from a virtuoso of the English language in one unabridged volume.
By: Eric Jerome Dickey
Fresh and in-your-face, this witty novel depicts a world where women sometimes have to alter their dreams, but never have to stop embracing the future.
By: Sista Souljah
An honest look at growing up as an African-American female in the inner city offers an account of the tense relationship that exists between African-American women and men, the Black church, guns and drugs, and Black nationalism.
By: Jamal May
In his debut poetry collection, Hum, Jamaal May wowed readers with the force of his visceral, stunning language.
By: James Baldwin
a semi-autobiographical novel that has established itself as an American classic.