Best Books On Black Education and Academia

“The Mis-Education of the Negro” by Carter G. Woodson Oh my goodness, if there is one book that has truly opened my eyes to the realities of our education system and how it affects African Americans, it’s “The Mis-Education of the Negro.” Carter G. Woodson does an incredible job at dissecting how black people are … Read more

Best Books On Black Science and Technology

I have always been fascinated by the ways in which our history and culture have influenced science and technology. From ancient times to the present day, we have made significant contributions that often go overlooked or underappreciated. That’s why I was thrilled to read some recent books on the subject, exploring everything from the achievements … Read more

Best Books On Black Politics and Activism

I have always been keenly interested in black politics and activism. Growing up, I often felt disconnected from my African roots while also experiencing the harsh realities of being a person of color in Western society. It wasn’t until I began delving into literature on the topic that I truly began to understand the complexities … Read more

Best Books On The Black Church

The Black Church has been a powerful force in the lives of Black diasporans, providing spiritual guidance, communal support and political empowerment. As someone who has experienced this firsthand, I was eager to dive into a few books that examine the role of religion and spirituality in the lives of people of African descent all … Read more