Books

TV Host and Journalist Tamron Hall Writes Didactic Thriller: ‘As the Wicked Watch’

Motivated by the lack of coverage that followed the deaths of two 11-year-old girls, the…

Envisioning Black and Indigenous Futures with ‘Jewelle’

Written by: Kebo Drew, CFRE, Managing Director at QWOCMAP Jewelle Gomez is a groundbreaking Black…

5 Books Every Black Woman Must Read

We are in the midst of that time of year when people are thinking about…

Black and Brown Children Are Boundless in Picture Book ‘The Me I Choose To Be’

Too often, Black and Brown children are made to feel less beautiful, less valuable, and…

5 Poetry Collections to Read Right Now

Growing up, I was the quiet little girl who couldn’t wait to get home from…

Chatting with Author N.K. Jemisin about Her First Comic Book Collection Release of ‘Far Sector’

N.K. Jemisin is one of TIME magazine’s 100 most influential people of 2021. She’s an…

Tarana Burke’s ‘Unbound’: A Liberating Must-Read

Tarana Burke, the founder of the Me Too movement, has been knee-deep in the fight…

Gabrielle Union is ‘Stronger’ Than Ever in Her New Memoir

Gabrielle Union has remained a beautiful force in the eyes of Hollywood and beyond for…

What Nnedi Okorafor’s ‘Who Fears Death’ Coming to HBO Could Mean for the Acceptance of Africanfuturism in the Mainstream

2018’s Black Panther swept the box offices worldwide, earning more than $1.3 billion, simultaneously proving…

‘Memoirs of a Geisha’ and the Age of OnlyFans: A Review and Commentary

Written By: Terri Ley Beneath the pale made-up face, ornate hair, and beautiful kimono lies…