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New this week: Jan. 18, 2022, nonfiction releases

This week’s new releases include Bernardine Evaristo’s unconventional memoir Manifesto: On Never Giving Up; Angela Y. Davis’s collaboration with others speaking on abolition feminism in Abolition.

5 classic books that explore race and feminism

Black women are criminally unrepresented in the publishing world. Despite this, Black women have written some of the most influential works of literature in American

Najee talks Zora! Festival, new album

Najee, the internationally renowned smooth jazz saxophonist and flautist, will be performing on Feb. 1 at the 26th annual Zora Neale Hurston Festival of Arts

Valentine’s Day 2014 quotes

Valentine’s Day is here, and if you are having a hard time expressing or confessing your love to your loved one try using one or

Influential black female writers

Zora Neale Hurston Vixens and baby mommas were not the representations of black femininity and womanhood that authors like Zora Neale Hurston, Angela Davis and Audre Lorde imagined for the

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