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Black History Month books for Kids

You know your history. You know about slavery and Jim Crow and Harriet Tubman and Malcolm X. You know about all those things, and more....

“Legacy: A Black Physician Reckons with Racism in Medicine” by Uché Blackstock, MD

Ugh, suddenly, just now, you don't feel well. Not at all. It might help to lie down somewhere for a few minutes or maybe there's...

Book review: ‘Our Secret Society: Mollie Moon and the Glamour, Money, and Power Behind the Civil Rights Movement’ by Tanisha C. Ford

The One Percent has everything you do not. A fancy house in a posh place. Designer clothing, fast cars. Friends in high places that know...

Best books of 2023

Sometimes, reading is like a roulette wheel. You put your money down on a book that looks good, and you take your chances. If...

Book review: ‘The Day After Yesterday: Resilience in the Face of Dementia’ by Joe Wallace

Sometimes, Mom talks a lot of nonsense. She talks in random syllables, half-jokes, thoughts that come out of her mouth backwards or mixed up. You...

A daily dose of grace: Cultivating thankfulness with Rev. Sheila P. Spencer’s ‘Gratitude Journal’

Rev. Sheila P. Spencer is a woman of many talents. She is an author, poet, teacher, traveler and preacher. A strong advocate of gratitude...

Book review: ‘The Reformatory’ by Tananarive Due

You'll do better next time. You're sorry, deeply sorry, sincere in your apology, and it won't happen again. You had a chance to think about...

Books for Father’s Day by various authors and illustrators

Dads are pretty good people to have around. They can make you laugh and make you behave. They teach you fun things and help you...

Book review: “Crowned: Magical Folk and Fairy Tales from the Diaspora” by Kahran and Regis Bethencourt

There were magic mice and talking frogs. There were wondrous spells. And there were kings and queens, princes, princesses, lords and ladies, all of them white. But in "Crowned" by Kahran and Regis Bethencourt, it's time for a new kind of magic.

Book review: “A Fever in the Heartland: The Ku Klux Klan’s Plot to Take Over America, and the Woman Who Stopped Them” by Timothy...

Who's in charge around here? That would be you, the person at the top of the chain, the head honcho, the Fearless Leader. Your desk...
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