Feb 01, · Black History Month is a great time to crack open a new book and learn about all the important figures and stories that impacted history. Black History Month . African American History Compiled from a number of Salem Press reference sets (particularly Racial and ethnic relations in America, published in ), this is an in-depth resource for history and issues central to the African American experience. Isabel Wilkerson Though it came out in , The Warmth of Other Sons soon became a classic of its genre. Its rich story, told by Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Isabel Wilkerson, tells of the journey of African-Americans from the Deep South to other parts of the country and the impact of that move. Books shelved as black-history-month: The Color Purple by Alice Walker, Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston, Between the World and Me by T.
Feb 01, · Many of the books you’ll find on black history will focus on a particular era or theme. Henry Louis Gates’ Life Upon These Shores is one of the few comprehensive texts of black history Author: Crystal Paul. Feb 01, · Black history is too rich to cover in a mere month, and so too is black literature. But if you're looking for some fresh titles by black authors to add to your to-be-read pile this Black History. Special Projects Impact: Project Zero Impact: This New World Highline Listen to America Podcasts Black History Month HuffPost Personal Video Horoscopes. From Our Partners Headstrong Women's Work What's Working: Whether you're traveling on vacation, sunbathing on the beach, or simply lounging in the park, nothing beats a good book in Author: Patrice Peck. Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott will always have an important legacy in Black History. This page biography from the kid-friendly "Who Was " series shares lesser-known facts about the black woman who bravely refused to give up her bus seat to .
“Through this masterful book of Black radical history and philosophy, I can look past the dreariness of our unfree world with the binoculars of the imaginary, learning from those female and male Author: Sarah Begley. Documenting the neglected history of black pioneers in American aviation, this Coretta Scott King Award winner looks at African Americans in aviation, from early aces forced to earn their wings in Europe to the first female African American astronaut. The Day . This book is a collection of captivating short stories about what it’s like to be a young black person in America. These compelling stories range from kids who have been told they are "acting. Jul 26, · Black History is World History. This book is intended for kids to enjoy. It is my intentions for parents and teachers to read along with kids and explain any difficulties they may run across. This book will not only raise awareness but it will also raise self-esteem. Something that is important for early child development/5(94).