To help us fight racism in ourselves as well as everywhere else we encounter it, we’re highlighting audiobooks about racism, antiracism, white fragility and more. Let’s all commit to fighting racism where we find it, including in ourselves.
Coretta Scott King award-winning author Jason Reynolds talks about diversity in books, maintaining that we need diversity for now and because books are a time capsule to the past.
Celeste Ng’s debut book Everything I Never Told You not only lives up to the hype but surpasses it. It’s a devastatingly beautiful about love, loss, dreams, and just trying to find your place.
Go Set a Watchman is the most hotly anticipated book of the year, but it’s not without controversy. Here is why you need to listen to this book.
The media storm that has been rumbling for the past few months over Harper Lee’s new book, Go Set a Watchman will blow full-force into the bookworld this summer with its release. This makes now a perfect time to revisit Lee’s classic, To Kill a Mockingbird.
Roxane Gay discusses everything from hip hop to Sweet Valley High in this collection of essays on the politcs of race and gender in America. Written openly and honestly with wit and sincerity, each essay is a gem.