The Cooperative Children's Book Center of the University of Wisconsin – Madison found that of the new children's books they received at their center, less than 3 percent focused on black people and even fewer were by black authors (about 2 percent, according to the CCBC.)
Each of these novels – in its own way – is a classic. All six fearlessly explore different dimensions of what it means to be black in America.
These previously uncollected writings of James Baldwin highlight both his intellect and his passion.
Works that reflect America's aims and desires.
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