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Black Author Learns Her Grandfather Was Schindler's List Nazi Villian
Jennifer Teege's memoir, “My Grandfather Would Have Shot Me: A Black Woman Discovers Her Family’s N...


Zane Shares Advice for Aspiring Black Female Writers
The erotica writer also talks about inspiration and the success of Addicted....


Looking for Children's Books With Black Characters? There's an App for That
Kaya Thomas developed We Read Too to help users quickly find a wider range of books....


This Day in Black History: Oct. 7, 1934
On Oct. 7, 1934, playwright, poet, critic and activist Amiri Baraka was born....


This Day in Black History: June 14, 1921
Georgiana R. Simpson earned a Ph.D. in German literature from the University of Chicago, one of the...


This Day in Black History: May 22, 1967
Poet, playwright and columnist Langston Hughes died in New York City....


This Day in Black History: Oct. 7, 1993
Toni Morrison receives Nobel Prize in literature....


This Day in Black History: July 31, 1956
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick was born on July 31, 1956....


This Day in Black History: July 3, 1944
Ruth Simmons, the first Black president of an Ivy League institution, was born on July 3, 1944....


Houston Candidate Accused of Deceiving Voters by Indicating He Was Black
In a small community college vote, a conservative white candidate is said to have beat a longtime B...


Justin Simien Lands New Project, Shonda Rhimes Honored by WGA
Scandal boss wins award for Television Writing Achievement....


Toni Morrison Chairs Black Writers Conference in Brooklyn
Toni Morrison chairs Black Writers Conference in Brooklyn....


African Literary Pioneer, Chinua Achebe, Dies at 82
Pioneering Nigerian novelist and poet Chinua Achebe died at age 82, publisher Penguin Books announc...


Black History Month Rising Star: Dinaw Mengestu
BET.com talked to author and MacArthur grant-winner Dinaw Mengestu, and asked him about the signifi...


This Day in Black History: Oct. 8, 1986
On Oct. 8, 1986, Nigerian author Wole Soyinka became the first person of African descent to win the...


Selma Wins Four NAACP Image Awards
Reggie Bythewood takes Best Director for Gun Hill....


How The Wire Can Improve Black Health
Public health officials are using the iconic television show to lessen racial health disparities....


Commentary: Why Baseball Needs More Than All-Star Brandon Phillips
Brandon Phillips is a Black All-Star baseball player, but the MLB needs more than just him to bring...


Commentary: Why Is Obesity Not Getting Black Women Down?
New research shows that obese and overweight Black women have better self-esteem than many average-...


Respected Black Writer Dies
Posted Dec. 14, 2008 – Dorothy Sterling, known for her ability to engage young readers with her int...

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