Baldwin has dozens of pieces including essays, novels, short stories, plays, poems, etc.. There is a piece for every type of reader! So where should you start?
To celebrate the 53rd anniversary of Martin Luther King’s Poor People’s March, here are 15 books that detail America’s persistent income inequality.
As a novelist, poet, and civil rights activist, James Baldwin’s writings defined what it meant to be a black and gay writer in the 20th century United States.
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.
The Anthropocene Reviewed by John Green is as much a love letter, as it is a thank you note, to human existence and the world that makes it possible.