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The 1619 Project: Born on the Water

The 1619 Project: Born on the Water Black History Month, as a recognized annual celebration, ends on February 28th, but thankfully none...

Poem of the Week: Back to the Past

Amanda Gorman has captivated a large audience since stepping up to the mike with a powerful poem, "The Hill We Climb," at last January's...

The Prophets

You could skip the ten-page Acknowledgements section of Robert Jones Jr.'s debut novel The Prophets if you find it daunting or mundane;...

Poem of the Week: An Old Story

Today's Poem of the Week comes from Pulitzer Prize-winning and former Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith. "An Old Story" is featured in Smith's...

Poem of the Week: BLK History Month

Nikki Giovanni's work has been read, heard, and celebrated since she published Black Feeling Black Talk herself in 1968. With language...

Black History Month: A Reading List

Each February, we celebrate Black History Month to recognize historical moments and to celebrate the identities and achievements of Black...

Bonus Poem(s) of the Week: Amanda Gorman

As we delve into Black History Month, there are too many exceptional Black poets to even touch the tip of the iceberg in 28 days. Today,...

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