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by Sherri L. Smith and Elizabeth Wein.
Learn about Johnny Robinson and Janet Harmon Bragg, two of the numerous Black aviators who fought for equality in the field of aviation.
by Carlotta Walls LaNier with Lisa Frazier Page
In this young readers' edition, Carlotta Walls tells her journey to justice as the youngest Black student to attend Little Rock Central High School in 1957.
by Crystal Simone Smith.
Using George Saunders's “Lincoln in the Bardo” novel, Smith creates blackout poems focusing mostly on Black Americans who have endured police brutality and white supremacy.
Learn about the amazing journeys of a diverse group of teens who show their hard work striving to learn and play different sports.View on CountyCat
by M.J. Fièvre.
Created to be spread over 52 weeks, this nonfiction title inspires readers to look inward and learn anti-racist activities for black joy and empowerment.
by Ibi Zoboi.
Growing up the daughter of a Black Nationalist, Nigeria has dreams of her own. However, they may not be what her father expects of her.
by Dhonielle Clayton, Tiffany D. Jackson, Nic Stone, Angie Thomas, Ashley Woodfolk, & Nicola Yoon.
As Atlanta comes to a halt because of a winter storm, twelve teens create an elaborate plan to save their friend’s relationship. Can they pull it off in time?
by Krystal Marquis.
Based on true events, ride along with four young Black women and their pursuit of love, suitors, and career aspirations in 1910 Chicago.
by Mariama J. Lockington.
After witnessing something that rocks her world, Sadie feels crippled by her anxiety but finds hope in those closest to her.
by Don P. Hooper.
After transferring his senior year to a prestigious prep school, Gil must defend himself when wrongly accused for something he did not do.