These books by Black creators explore subjects ranging from activism to the importance of family traditions. Learn more about the Black experience through the eyes of these creators.
Joseph misses sharing meals with lots of people like he did back in the refugee camp, so when the neighbors finally come over, it’s a feast!
A vivid and stunningly illustrated memoir about growing up in a small village in Mali, written by a renowned African artist who now lives in Portland.
Meet ten remarkable African kings, queens, inventors, scholars and visionaries who changed the world.
A powerful reimagination of what it was like to live in Africville in the 1960s through the eyes of a young girl.
University life is better than Charlotte ever dreamed, but her exposure to new ideas in 1981 Ghana will be an exciting and dangerous adventure.
A Haitian American girl finds connection to generations of family lore in this story of identity, heart and home.
A poignant and frank novel set in Ghana, told from the point of view of a disarmingly forthright teenaged girl.
Moments of grace and tenderness undercut the terror and pain of this powerful story of the genocidal war in Rwanda.
Roy is nervous about his first day at a new school in a new country, but soon realizes he may come to love Canada as much as he loved home in Jamaica.
A fascinating and critical look at hip hop, the world's most popular music, and what it means to young people all over the globe.
A stunning and original graphic narrative about the life of Martin Luther King Jr.
Malaika’s mother can’t buy her a carnival costume — will she still be able to dance in the parade?