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This week, you can be part of a campaign to “Black Out” the bestseller lists: This initiative, being shared across social media with the hashtag #BlackoutBestsellerList, has the sole mission of demonstrating Black writers’ power in the publishing industry one book at a time. Purchase any two books by Black writers before June 20 to […]

New State Capitol Statue Should Recognize Arts

After a twenty-five year moratorium on new statuary at the North Carolina State Capitol, a state-wide dialogue has begun for a new statue honoring African Americans in the Old North State. “I can’t think of a more appropriate way to recognize the contributions of African Americans to North Carolina’s history than a monument at the […]

Announcing Debut of WORD UP! Poetry Posters

From our friends at In Public Service in Winston-Salem: In Public Service, a nonprofit based in Winston-Salem, announces the debut of the new WORD UP! bus poetry poster, co-sponsored by Winston-Salem Delta Fine Arts. The posters are placed in WSTA buses among the advertisement posters and are seen by 10,000+ passengers per day. The arrival […]