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Boston PL - Black Is... 2011 [Black History Month]

Annotation:See the full list of items on the Black Is... 2011 Book List from the Boston Public Library.

Annotation:Titles from the Biography section of the Black Is list. From politicians and activists to singers and baseball players, a wide variety of life stories are represented.

Annotation:Titles from the Expressions section of the Black Is list. Poetry, essays, lyrics, stories, sermons and history.

Annotation:Titles from the History & Contemporary Issues section of the Black Is list. The Tuskeegee Airmen, genetics, personal & cultural histories, politics and redemption.

Annotation:Titles from the Christian Fiction section of the Black Is list. Inspirational stories for all.

Annotation:Titles from the Historical Fiction section of the Black Is list. From slavery and the Jim Crow South to the Harlem Renaissance. Titles from the Historical Fiction section of the Black Is list. From slavery and the Jim Crow South to the Harlem Renaissance.

Annotation:Titles from the International Fiction section of the Black Is list. Authors and settings from Belize, Ghana, Jamaica, Ethiopia, and all of Africa and the Caribbean.

Annotation:Titles from the Mystery section of the Black Is list. Two of Walter Mosley's most recent novels.

Annotation:Titles from the Urban Fiction section of the Black Is list. Stories from Terry Macmillan, E Lynn Harris, Kia DuPree, Nikki Turner and more.

Description

The Black Is Booklist is a list of recent books concerning the African-American experience. It is published as part of the Boston Public Library's observance of Black History Month each year.


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