1. The Three Mothers: How the Mothers of Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, and James Baldwin Shaped a Nation by NNA MALAIKA TUBBS. This book tells you about a lady who raised Civil Rights titans like Martin Luther King, Jr.; Malcolm X, and James Baldwin.
3. Yellow Wife by SADEQA JOHNSON - Based on a real-life true story author has managed to put together an unputdownable story that barely lets you breathe. Its about Pheby Delores Brown who has been relatively nestled from the worst of enslaved life by her mother's state as a plantation woman and favor from the slaveholder's sister. But most of these changes when she turns 18 and finds herself thrust into the Devil's Half Acre, a horrific jail in Richmond. There, she has to carefully search the jailer's contradictory nature in order to survive.
4. Ain't I a Woman: Black Women and Feminism; BELL HOOKS - Books brings to lite a very important topic for debate of feminism historically being very white. This book will help explain why and how that impacts Black people while challenging society's assumptions.
5. A Taste of Power: A Black Woman's Story by ELAINE BROWN - A Black Woman's Story is a memoir written by Elaine Brown. The book introduces her life from childhood up through her activism with the Black Panther Party.
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