#black history month

Zora Neale Hurston: Writer, Folklorist, Anthropologist, Activist

Zora Neale Hurston was a writer in the Harlem Renaissance, an anthropologist, a folklorist, and a filmmaker. And so much more.

8 Own Voices Children’s Books About Black History

If you're looking for ways to educate the kids about Black history, pick up these own voices children's books about Black history.

20 Must-Read Black American Memoirs for a More Inclusive TBR

Black History Month is the perfect time to read more about black Americans. Here is our list of some must-read black American memoirs that fit the bill.

Know Your History: 10 Underrated Books for Black History Month

Searching for some challenging but informative books to read this Black History Month? Here's a collection of 10 underrated books to add to your TBR.

10 Quotes about Whiteness

"Part of the privilege of whiteness is not needing to reflect on whiteness." Here are quotes about whiteness by writers of color.

Black and Bookish Creators You Can Support Today and Everyday

We want to celebrate the contributions of black Americans with action--check out this list of Black bookish creators you can support year-round.

Book Fetish: Volume 341

Bookish goodies for your literary life.

Bookish Hashtags for Black History Month

We've pulled together a few wonderful and bookish Black History hashtags happening in recognition of Black History Month! Check them out here.

The Cosplay in This Year’s #28DaysOfBlackCosplay is Fantastic

Amazing black cosplayers sharing their work in #28DaysofBlackCosplay.

New York City Teacher Banned from Teaching the Harlem Renaissance

Mercedes Liriano-Clark, an English teacher at Bronx’s M.S. 224, has been prevented from teaching about the Harlem Renaissance, NBC New York reported this morning. The reason her principal gave? Liriano-Clark isn’t a social studies teacher.