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V Books: Prof. Ana Araujo Pens A Comprehensive History Of ‘Reparations For Slavery And The Slave Trade’ In New Book
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V Books: Toni Morrison’s ‘The Origin Of Others’ Encourages Minorities To Control Their Narrative
Toni Morrison explores black identity and literature.
University of Illinois Press
God Is A Woman: Professor Treva Lindsey’s ‘Colored No More’ Uncovers Black Womanhood In D.C.
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V Books: 360 Degrees of Literature And Mathematics With RZA
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V Books: ‘The Autobiography Of Gucci Mane’ Is Gucci’s Greatest Redemption Song
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V Books: Todd Mayfield Discusses His Dad’s, Curtis Mayfield, Fulfilling Life In New Book, ‘Traveling Soul’
Curtis Mayfield's legacy lives on.
V Books: Andrea Ritchie Looks At Police Violence Against Women of Color In New Book, ‘Invisible No More’
New book sheds light on police violence against women of color.
V Books: VIBE Documents The Men Who’ve Guided Fashion God, Dapper Dan
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V Books: Angela Jackson Remembers Poet Gwendolyn Brooks In New Book, ‘A Surprised Queenhood’
Black poets society.
V Books: Logic’s Story On ‘Everybody’ Parallels Nine Engaging Autobiographies
Personal stories, through hip-hop and literature, allows us to make better sense of the world.
V Books: Joey Bada$$’ ‘All-AmeriKKKan Bada$$’ Joins A Lexicon Of Books That Expose Racism
V Books: Prof. Gerald Horne Remembers The Life Of Paul Robeson
VIBE looks at the life of Paul Robeson.
Harvard University Press
V Books: Michael Woodsworth Remembers Brooklyn Activist Elsie Richardson’s Contribution To The War On Poverty
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