Books for Black History Month
Explore our selection of books for Black History Month, including the forthcoming biography of philosopher James Hudson, whose contributions played a role in the emergence of the civil rights movement; a new memoir from dancer Halifu Osumare, a trailblazing scholar of global hip-hop and Black culture; and collected writings of historian Robert A. Hill, who shaped the study of Garveyism and pan-Africanism. Use code BHM24 for discounts through February 29.
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