“Remember, reading good literature is like a million answers to the questions you always wanted to ask but were afraid to,for fear o sounding ignorant or stupid. The acquisition of knowledge via reading is like preventive medicine for the mind, spirit and body.
Read like you eat. In fact, read more; eat less. The nourishment offered by good books only puts weight on a hungry mind.” Haki R.Madhubuti in TOUGH NOTES: A HEALING CALL.
•Black Leopard, Red Wolf: A Novel by Marlon James
•Farming While Black: Soul Fire Farm’s Practical Guide to Liberation of the Land by Leah Penniman
•Hands Up! (Children’s picture book) by Breanna J. McDaniel
•How To Unlock Your Genius Using Black History by David Simon
•On the Come Up (young adult novel) by Angie Thomas
•Personal Words: Poetry by Michael F. Hopkins
•Shook One: Anxiety Playing Tricks on Me by Charlamagne Tha God
•World According to Fannie Davis: My Mother’s Life in the Detroit Numbers by Bridgett M. Davis