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.
Journalist Joy Reid Reid firmly believes the United States, if it acts quickly, already has the tools with which to repair the damage wrought by Donald Trump.
From Sept. 7-8, the Brooklyn Antiquarian Book Fair will return to the Brooklyn Expo Center for its sixth straight year.
With looks and a bearing that scream part model and part pro athlete, it’s difficult to believe that Stedman Graham ever struggled with self-esteem issues.
Sister’s Uptown Bookstore in Harlem held a book signing and discussion for the book “Who Iz the Boule?” by M’bwebe Aja Ishangi.
For today’s teens and tweens, “Strong Is the New Pretty” by Kate T. Parker (2017, hard cover), is part of the new attitude.
Former first lady Michelle Obama’s best-selling memoir, “Becoming,” has sold nearly 10 million copies, the parent company of publisher Penguin Random House announced Tuesday.
In her absolutely engrossing memoir, “Glory: A Life Among Legends,” Dr. Glory Van Scott utilizes a number of motifs...all of which taken together replicate her multifaceted career.
With the calendar about to flip and a new year dawning, it was time for some house cleaning, time to clear a veritable forest of book trees making the path to the computer all the more challenging.
On November 13, in the wake of Michelle Obama’s book release, Barack Obama tweeted these kind words
Using lessons from the past and the rich history of Harlem, Murray Allen teaches the basic principles of establishing good credit in “Harlem Deserves ‘Da Credit.’”
The Well-Read Black Girl Festival returns to Brooklyn to highlight brilliant Black women in the national literary community.