As we seek some solace from the menace of the coronavirus, noted music critic Howard Reich, in view of our inability to venture out for entertainment, has weighed in with his top jazz films to fill the terrible void.
The New York International Antiquarian Book Fair, which celebrated its 60th anniversary
As Women’s History Month gets into gear, on Saturday, March 7, Brooklyn’s Rosalyn McIntosh hosted her grand book signing of the bestselling women’s anthology: “Women’s Empowerment, Breakthrough Edition”
Children’s books that can both promote literacy and history have to walk a very fine line.
As a teenager living in the projects in Louisville, Kentucky and working as a part-time secretary at The Louisville Defender, the city’s African American paper, Dorothy Butler Gilliam got her first assignment as a journalist.
The most difficult part of living in a majority white nation is having to carve out an understanding of who you––physically, culturally, ethnically and emotionally––are versus what you may be told you are by other people.
Published on Jan. 15, 2020, “The Gyrlfriend Code Women’s Empowerment, Breakthrough Edition” became an instant best seller in two top 100 categories,
Pascal Archimede’s book “Black American History, from plantations to rap culture” (Nofi Group, 2018) is a quick tour through African American history.
Stacey Abrams has a new book coming out next summer that will focus on her signature cause, voting rights.
In a recent interview with the Amsterdam News, noted social and cultural essayist Darryl Pinckney remarked about Barack Obama’s presidency, “What really drove people crazy was not that there was a Black guy sleeping in the White House, but there ...
Platinum Publications has announced the release of "The Inmates Step-by-Step Guide: How to Build Your Personal Credit While Incarcerated."
On Saturday, Nov. 9 from 3-6 p.m., a book launch and fundraiser will be held for “Toni’s Room: A Poetic Journey to Restoration,”
Countless families have become entangled in the criminal justice system unexpectedly and against their will, despite their best efforts to raise their children the right way.
There has been a noted excitement about the publication of the new book, “Entre el Atlántico y el Pacífico Negro: afrodescendencia y regímenes de desigualdad en Sudamérica/Between the Black Atlantic and Black Pacific: Afrodescendants and the regime of inequality in ...
Michelle Obama’s first project since “Becoming” is more about her readers than about herself.