February 4, 2020
We’re proud to publish many important works that challenge and reshape traditional narratives of Black history in America. Find just a few of our favorites below, and through the end of February, get any of these eBooks for just $1.99!
January 8, 2020
From the beginnings of the Civil Rights movement to today, these eBooks explore the stories of activists and politicians who have dedicated their lives to working toward a better future for Black Americans
October 3, 2019
—Matthew W. Hughey and Gregory S. Parks
The collective history of Black Greek-Letter Organizations bespeaks of fidelity to the overarching principles of racial equality and provides a template for political activity in 2020 and beyond
September 10, 2019
To learn more about the new book The Battle of Negro Fort, we talked to author Matthew Clavin about the battle and its place in American history
August 29, 2019
Kelly A. Ryan explores the many ways in which men used violence to enforce their dominance in American slavery in her new book.
July 30, 2019
—Jennifer E. Cobbina There is a long and mainly unresolved history of government using violence to establish and maintain relations of racial domination and subordination. However, as a nation, we… READ MORE
July 3, 2019
Discover the rise of unskilled immigrant care workers helping Americans die peacefully in their homes instead of in nursing homes.
July 1, 2019
Black women are more likely to give birth prematurely than any other group of women in the US—Dána-Ain Davis explores this reproductive injustice shrouded in racism