Highlighting influential nonfiction books by disabled Black writers, celebrating unique perspectives on race, and resilience in the literary world.
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Discover UK’s overlooked Black history and why Atinuke urges comprehensive integration in British education.
The Royal African Society‘s annual celebration of contemporary African and diaspora literature, Africa Writes, recently explored the theme of “Intangible Heritage” at the British Library. This vibrant literary festival, the …
As the world increasingly succumbs to the influence of a dystopian global order that views the neoliberal and capitalist market as the ultimate judge of all human interactions, an increasing …
The Windrush generation has shaped modern Britain, so here are books celebrating 75 years of this community in the country.
The freedom of enslaved African Americans is important in history and Juneteenth marks this event – hence here are some books on the topic.
It’s International Week of Black Women in the Arts amid Black History Month, hence here are some notable books from Black female authors.
It’s Black History Month in the UK, hence here are some important books which celebrates the contributions of those people from African and Caribbean heritage, as well as Asian to …