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Publisher Penguin Random House announced it will publish “classic” unexpurgated versions of Roald Dahl’s children’s novels along with the new editions, so “readers will be free to choose which version of Dahl’s stories they prefer.”

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This book will give us insight into her journey from childhood to motherhood and her amazing feat in the U.S. justice system as the first Black woman to serve on the Supreme Court. 

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Her work helped propel the antislavery movement and served as a model for abolitionists looking to prove that Black people were both intellectual and artistic.

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Diverse representation in science fiction is important because authors are imagining futures, and the sorts of people who create those futures, such as, NASA scientists and mechanical engineers

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Michelle Obama says it helps to focus on what you can control when you feel out of control.

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Reading these first-hand accounts we see how Rustin's socialist outlook, Quaker faith and formidable work ethic gave us a man with phenomenal organizing abilities to create inclusion and diversity.

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Newbery Honor and Coretta Scott King Author Award winner Renée Watson continues her charming young middle grade series with "Ways to Share Joy". 

Newbery Honor and Coretta Scott King Author Award winner Renée Watson continues her charming young middle grade series with "Ways to Share Joy".

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Back in 2020 BOTWC gave you a list of 29 Black authors you should know. Now, we’ve compiled a list of reasons why you should support them.

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The Golden State Warriors megastar who broke the NBA’s all-time 3-point record last season is now aiming at a different target: children's books.

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Ruby Bridges was a 6-year-old first-grader when she walked past jeering crowds of white people to become one of the first Black students at racially segregated schools in New Orleans

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