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Kristen Joiner Feb 26
Thank you @alainskeys for such a thoughtful review of heumann
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Beacon Press 3h
A delicious and savory way to learn about is to take a tour through the recipes in ’s joyful celebration of Black cuisine and culture.
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The Rumpus 7h
Don't miss Amy Danzer talking with Howard Axelrod about his new book THE STARS IN OUR POCKETS, out now from !
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. co-authored 's and as a nondisabled person learned (and is still learning) an enormous amount about life with a and .
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Kali Gross 22h
and I are very grateful to the for this piece: Black women's history as everyone's history via
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Women were the majority of screenwriters during the silent film era. tells that this is a piece of history that has been largely lost and written out.
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Linda K. Wertheimer 20h
Tx for hosting great event tonight featuring with . Loved the lively dialogue using Richard's poems to discuss the messy state of our nation. Not to mention, is a fellow author. Great to meet him.
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Beacon Press 7h
“We are still living in the aftermath of slavery. Once we acknowledge the impact it has on all Americans, we’ll be in a position to determine how we can move forward.”—
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Joy Reid 21h
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Beacon Press 8h
The premiere of ’s adaptation of ’s LITTLE FIRES EVERYWHERE is next month! Turns out that showrunner made sure the writers read Robin DiAngelo’s WHITE FRAGILITY before scripting it.
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HistoryInstitute@UT 15h
Thu. 3/5! Join us for "A Black Woman’s History of the United States," ( 2020) a book talk & discussion w/ co-authors Dr. () & Dr. (). About the book: . RSVP:
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Beacon Press 24h
America’s obsession with war, its obsession with cops, the passive-aggressive messaging from citizens, the illegal militias at the border, and the cop-calling white women are a reinforcement of whiteness.
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Beacon Press Feb 27
Look what came in!! 👀 Can’t wait to send this to ! We still can’t get over the fact that her book BREATHE was a finalist for the ! 🤩
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inSpirit Book Shop Feb 27
Celebrate and honor the exceptional work of Black women writers with these literary classics published by .
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Beacon Press Feb 27
Gwendolyn Brooks was the 1st African American to win the Pulitzer Prize. She won it for in 1950. This is the life story of the artist, rebel, and pioneer.
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Left of Black Feb 26
Op-ed: An Open Letter to the Producers and Directors of Who Killed Malcolm X? | via
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Beacon Press Feb 27
“Our definition of crime is limited and limiting. How we define crime and how we enforce criminal law tends to reinforce an unjust status quo.”— when he spoke at about
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IMDb Feb 27
In honor of , IMDb salutes the visionary directors who have changed cinematic history with their groundbreaking work.
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Beacon Press Feb 27
Nearly all the nation’s most prestigious hospitals are nonprofits. Their explosive growth has many questioning how we define “nonprofit.” says it’s time to rethink the concept.
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Colorlines Feb 26
From a 1600 explorer to a 21st century activist, historians and Kali Nicole Gross break down the ways Black women have shaped the nation.
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