We commit with renewed vigor to publishing the truth, however uncomfortable, to speaking facts to power, and to advancing knowledges that can help all of us to bring about justice and equity in this world.
TODAY 3:30pm ET: Join @rubensteinlib for "Developing a Historical Biography and The Vital Importance of Black History Archives," book talk w/Blake @HillSaya author of new bio of Aaron McDuffie Moore, Black physician & founder of Durham's Black Wall Street. https://duke.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Nn5t9u3MQymG2HnoiOACPQ?_x_zm_rtaid=x8CwRHbLRfybLHZ7NtbXGw.1614096747249.75556d0ad483438180a86e31ef258ce2&_x_zm_rhtaid=542
In honour of #BHM we are sharing some books about African-Canadian literature. Directions Home by George Elliott Clarke explores the trajectories and tendencies of literature within the socio-cultural traditions of the African Diaspora. Read more: http://bit.ly/3pcjgKs
Tonight at 7pm ET, join @Gilder_Lehrman @YaleGLC for a virtual event celebrating Sophie White @ND_AMST and her Frederick Douglass Book Prize win for "Voices of the Enslaved: Love, Labor, and Longing in French Louisiana" (RSVP via link below).