Black Literature

[VIDEO] When James Baldwin Met Bill Buckley | The Atlantic (2012) "The problem in Mississippi isn't that too few Negroes can vote, it's that too many whites can"">[VIDEO] When James Baldwin Met Bill Buckley | The Atlantic (2012) "The problem in Mississippi isn't that too few Negroes can vote, it's that too many whites can"

James Baldwin, William F Buckley, Black History, African American History, Racism, Civil Rights Activist, KOLUMN Magazine, KOLUMN
(2012) "The problem in Mississippi isn't that too few Negroes can vote, it's that too many whites can"
[VIDEO] When James Baldwin Met Bill Buckley | The Atlantic (2012) "The problem in Mississippi isn't that too few Negroes can vote, it's that too many whites can"" class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Dr. Carla Hayden Talks Making History As The First Woman And First African-American To Become Librarian Of Congress | Essence We're proud to help celebrate Carla Hayden as part of the TIME Firsts series, highlighting phenomenal from multiple industries who broke barriers and made history.">Dr. Carla Hayden Talks Making History As The First Woman And First African-American To Become Librarian Of Congress | Essence We're proud to help celebrate Carla Hayden as part of the TIME Firsts series, highlighting phenomenal from multiple industries who broke barriers and made history.

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We're proud to help celebrate Carla Hayden as part of the TIME Firsts series, highlighting phenomenal from multiple industries who broke barriers and made history.
Dr. Carla Hayden Talks Making History As The First Woman And First African-American To Become Librarian Of Congress | Essence We're proud to help celebrate Carla Hayden as part of the TIME Firsts series, highlighting phenomenal from multiple industries who broke barriers and made history." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

‘Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart’ Trailer: Lorraine Hansberry Docu Hits Toronto | Deadline EXCLUSIVE: The Toronto Film Festival is hosting the world premiere of the first feature-length documentary on playwright Lorraine Hansberry, who penned the iconic A Raisin In The Sun">‘Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart’ Trailer: Lorraine Hansberry Docu Hits Toronto | Deadline EXCLUSIVE: The Toronto Film Festival is hosting the world premiere of the first feature-length documentary on playwright Lorraine Hansberry, who penned the iconic A Raisin In The Sun

Lorraine Hansberry, African American Literature, Black Literature, A Raisin In The Sun, Sighted Eyes, Sighted Eyes Feeling Heart, KOLUMN Magazine, KOLUMN
EXCLUSIVE: The Toronto Film Festival is hosting the world premiere of the first feature-length documentary on playwright Lorraine Hansberry, who penned the iconic A Raisin In The Sun.
‘Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart’ Trailer: Lorraine Hansberry Docu Hits Toronto | Deadline EXCLUSIVE: The Toronto Film Festival is hosting the world premiere of the first feature-length documentary on playwright Lorraine Hansberry, who penned the iconic A Raisin In The Sun" class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

The Black novelist history forgot | The Washington Post Everything changed for Himes with the publication of “If He Hollers Let Him Go” in 1945.">The Black novelist history forgot | The Washington Post Everything changed for Himes with the publication of “If He Hollers Let Him Go” in 1945.

Chester B. Himes, African American Author, African American Literature, Black Literature, African American News, KOLUMN Magazine, KOLUMN
Everything changed for Himes with the publication of “If He Hollers Let Him Go” in 1945.
The Black novelist history forgot | The Washington Post Everything changed for Himes with the publication of “If He Hollers Let Him Go” in 1945." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

The Money Museum Gets Funky | The New York Times Loreen Williamson and Pamela Thomas know that there are funkier figures in history than Booker T. Washington. Bear with them, though, and they will connect the dots that landed him in the Museum of UnCut Funk.">The Money Museum Gets Funky | The New York Times Loreen Williamson and Pamela Thomas know that there are funkier figures in history than Booker T. Washington. Bear with them, though, and they will connect the dots that landed him in the Museum of UnCut Funk.

African American History, Black History, African American Economics, History of Money, KOLUMN Magazine, KOLUMN
Loreen Williamson and Pamela Thomas know that there are funkier figures in history than Booker T. Washington. Bear with them, though, and they will connect the dots that landed him in the Museum of UnCut Funk.
The Money Museum Gets Funky | The New York Times Loreen Williamson and Pamela Thomas know that there are funkier figures in history than Booker T. Washington. Bear with them, though, and they will connect the dots that landed him in the Museum of UnCut Funk." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

NextGen: Black Quantum Futurism Is a Women-Led Incubator Rooted In Black Liberation | OkayAfrica DIASPORA—Over the course of July we’ll be publishing short profiles, essays and interviews on the theme of “Afrofutures.” Together these stories will be a deep dive into the way African and diaspora thinkers, technologists and artists view a future for Africans in the world and outside of it. ">NextGen: Black Quantum Futurism Is a Women-Led Incubator Rooted In Black Liberation | OkayAfrica DIASPORA—Over the course of July we’ll be publishing short profiles, essays and interviews on the theme of “Afrofutures.” Together these stories will be a deep dive into the way African and diaspora thinkers, technologists and artists view a future for Africans in the world and outside of it.

Black Quantum Futurism, Camae Ayewa, Rasheedah Phillips, KOLUMN Magazine, KOLUMN
DIASPORA—Over the course of July we’ll be publishing short profiles, essays and interviews on the theme of “Afrofutures.” Together these stories will be a deep dive into the way African and diaspora thinkers, technologists and artists view a future for Africans in the world and outside of it.
NextGen: Black Quantum Futurism Is a Women-Led Incubator Rooted In Black Liberation | OkayAfrica DIASPORA—Over the course of July we’ll be publishing short profiles, essays and interviews on the theme of “Afrofutures.” Together these stories will be a deep dive into the way African and diaspora thinkers, technologists and artists view a future for Africans in the world and outside of it. " class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Barry Jenkins Sets James Baldwin Adaptation ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ As First Post-‘Moonlight’ Feature | Indie Wire The very busy filmmaker has finally announced his first film project after his historic Oscar win.">Barry Jenkins Sets James Baldwin Adaptation ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ As First Post-‘Moonlight’ Feature | Indie Wire The very busy filmmaker has finally announced his first film project after his historic Oscar win.

James Baldwin, African American Literature, Black Literature, African American History, Black History, KOLUMN Magazine, KOLUMN
The very busy filmmaker has finally announced his first film project after his historic Oscar win.
Barry Jenkins Sets James Baldwin Adaptation ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ As First Post-‘Moonlight’ Feature | Indie Wire The very busy filmmaker has finally announced his first film project after his historic Oscar win." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

What I Learned About Love from Rereading ‘Their Eyes Were Watching God’ – PBS This year marks the 80th anniversary of Zora Neale Hurston’s best-known novel Their Eyes Were Watching God. Though the book is currently hailed as one of the most important in American literature, its initial reception wasn’t completely rosy.">What I Learned About Love from Rereading ‘Their Eyes Were Watching God’ – PBS This year marks the 80th anniversary of Zora Neale Hurston’s best-known novel Their Eyes Were Watching God. Though the book is currently hailed as one of the most important in American literature, its initial reception wasn’t completely rosy.

Zora Neale Hurston, African American Literature, Black Literature, African American History, Black History, KOLUMN Magazine, KOLUMN
This year marks the 80th anniversary of Zora Neale Hurston’s best-known novel Their Eyes Were Watching God. Though the book is currently hailed as one of the most important in American literature, its initial reception wasn’t completely rosy.
What I Learned About Love from Rereading ‘Their Eyes Were Watching God’ – PBS This year marks the 80th anniversary of Zora Neale Hurston’s best-known novel Their Eyes Were Watching God. Though the book is currently hailed as one of the most important in American literature, its initial reception wasn’t completely rosy." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison Honored by Authors Guild – Atlanta Black Star NEW YORK (AP) — Toni Morrison praised the power of literature and the “community” of writers. James Patterson told some jokes and even sang.">Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison Honored by Authors Guild – Atlanta Black Star NEW YORK (AP) — Toni Morrison praised the power of literature and the “community” of writers. James Patterson told some jokes and even sang.

Toni Morrison, Tar Baby, The Bluest Eye, Song of Solomon, African American Literature, Black Authors, KOLUMN Magazine, KOLUMN
NEW YORK (AP) — Toni Morrison praised the power of literature and the “community” of writers. James Patterson told some jokes and even sang.
Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison Honored by Authors Guild – Atlanta Black Star NEW YORK (AP) — Toni Morrison praised the power of literature and the “community” of writers. James Patterson told some jokes and even sang." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More