Never More Relevant: 50 Books for February, Black History Month, and Beyond

Consider the models of leadership and activism outlined by Muhammad Ali or Coretta Scott King, the courage of Ona Judge, the creativity of Chester Himes, the verve of Charlamagne Tha God. It’s time for a reacquaintance with our past.

LJ Fiction Reviews: November 15, 2016

Debuter Fabiaschi is a perfect choice for book clubs; an enthralling retelling of the women of Troy; recent Jewish fiction; a roundup of top indie picks; graphic novels for Black History Month; for fans of magic-based fantasy, Shinn blends a potent brew of politics and alchemy

Lives, Loves, Losses: Books for Black History Month and Beyond

Stunning memoir, fiction, poetry; thought-provoking history, political science, sociology; and fun mystery, romance, erotica to satisfy and stir readers all year round.

African American Lives: Books for February, Black History Month

These 100 titles celebrate the rich variety of the lives of the community’s artists, ­businesspeople, athletes, scholars, activists, and more.

African American Experiences: 50 Titles for February 2014, Black History Month

Some books to consider for Black History Month 2014 and beyond.

African American Authors Then and Now | Wyatt’s World

LJ’s readers’ advisory expert celebrates Black History Month with the current and previously published work of Jamaica Kincaid, Countee Cullen, Sampson Davis, Charles Henry Rowell, and Jeanne Theoharis.