Alabama Schools Cancel Black History Month Appearance Of Black Children’s Book Author Amid Wave Of Book Bans
School districts are prohibiting classic Black literature in their hysteria over Critical Race Theory.
Harlem’s Schomburg Center Celebrates Juneteenth With The Return Of Its Literary Festival
The center has been a platform for authors of African descent for nearly a century.
Groundbreaking Journalist And Cultural Critic Greg Tate Dies at 64
In addition to his broad literary work, he was also co-founder of the Black Rock Coalition which highlighted the role of African Americans in the foundation of rock & roll.
Novelist Colson Whitehead Takes Second Pulitzer Prize for ‘The Nickel Boys’
The book is a follow-up to ‘The Underground Railroad’
Black Author Learns Her Grandfather Was Schindler's List Nazi Villian
Jennifer Teege's memoir details her shocking discovery.
Oprah Winfrey Selects Cynthia Bond's Ruby for Book Club
Bond's debut novel was a decade in the making.
New Toni Morrison Novel Scheduled for April Release
"God Help the Child" marks Morrison's 11th novel.
Writer and Playwright J. California Cooper Dies at 82
The award-winning author published 17 plays.