Assata Shakur peppers bits of wisdom throughout her novel of resistance, Assata, on everything from beauty to colonialism, from arrogance to sisterhood.
Kiese Laymon ingeniously familiarizes Black America on Black people’s grounds in his novels Heavy and How To Slowly Kill Yourself And Others In America.
Why was Hank’s opinion on the Tulsa Race Massacre so important as to warrant an op-ed, published alongside those written by Black scholars?
Invisible Man won the National Book award for fiction in 1953. It’s continued to be praised as one of the best novels of the 20th century, and one everyone should read. Here are five of the most memorable, thought-provoking, and inspiring quotes from Invisible Man.
Amanda Gorman blew us all away with her poem ‘The Hill We Climb’ but fans of the musical Hamilton were particularly pleased with two lines in particular. However, that’s not the only link to the musical.