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Finding Nylah’s Superpowers
Detroiter Marc Davis Debut Book Empowers Kids To Be Themselves
BLAC Pop Art
BLAC Pop Art is your guide to new and upcoming pop culture must-sees in Black TV, film and music.
Motor City Witches - The Series
BlackGold Publishing and Deja Jarrett, best known as Jade Aurora Announces the Return of Motor City Witches. Motor City Witches is an adult, African American series of black empowerment, sisterhood and community.
Here are some of the books by Black authors we have on our reading list this month.
Ghetto Gastro's Black Power Kitchen Cookbook
Vogue called Ghetto Gastro, the year's most important cookbook.
Invisible Boy released In September
Inspired by Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man the same way Ta-Nehisi Coates’s Between the World and Me was inspired by James Baldwin, Harrison Mooney’s debut memoir will captivate readers with his powerful gift for storytelling, his keen eye for insight and observation, and his wry sense of humor. Invisible: A Memoir of Self Discovery...
Michelle Obama announced plans for a six-city tour this fall in support of her new book, “The Light We Carry: Overcoming in Uncertain Times.”
Ruby Bridges, one of the first African American student to desegregate an elementary school, announced the release of her children’s book.
Michelle Obama announced the release of her new book “The Light We Carry: Overcoming in Uncertain Times” on November 15, 2022.
Aaron Foley speaking at a book launch for Boys Come First. Photo courtesy of Aaron Foley
Aaron Foley debuts novel, “Boys Come First,” that follows three Black gay millennial men looking for love, friendship, and professional success in the Motor City.
Dr. Eddie Connor speaking to an audience
Dr. Eddie Connor talks about his journey, his bout with cancer as a teenager, his continued success, toxic masculinity and his upcoming book “The Mask of Masculinity.”
Republican lawmakers in nearly every state in America have proposed legislation aimed at removing critical race theory from classrooms. However, these bills are usually focused on erasing authentic American history and are intended to not make white people “feel bad,” about the legacy of enslavement and systemic injustice in...