Special Collections

#ReadingBlackout

Description: To celebrate Martin Luther King Day, readers across the world are participating in the #ReadingBlackout and exclusively reading works by Black authors. Dive into this eclectic collection of fiction, non-fiction, Y.A., science fiction, and poetry.


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Category Title Author Date Added Action
Fiction The Woman Next Door Yewande Omotoso 02/05/2018
Non-Fiction When They Call You a Terrorist Angela Davis and Asha Bandele and Patrisse Khan-Cullors 02/05/2018
Fiction What We Lose Zinzi Clemmons 02/05/2018
Non-Fiction We Were Eight Years in Power Ta-Nehisi Coates 02/05/2018
Fiction The Underground Railroad Colson Whitehead 02/05/2018
Non-Fiction This Will Be My Undoing Morgan Jerkins 02/08/2018
Poetry There Are More Beautiful Things Than Beyoncé Morgan Parker 02/05/2018
Non-Fiction Tears We Cannot Stop Michael Eric Dyson 02/05/2018
Fiction Stay with Me Ayobami Adebayo 02/05/2018
Non-Fiction So You Want to Talk About Race Ijeoma Oluo 02/08/2018
Non-Fiction The Souls of Black Folk W. E. B. Du Bois 02/05/2018
Fiction The Sellout Paul Beatty 02/05/2018
Poetry , said the shotgun to the head. Saul Williams 02/05/2018
Non-Fiction Rest in Power Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin 02/05/2018
Young Adult Fiction Piecing Me Together Renée Watson 02/05/2018
Science Fiction The Obelisk Gate N. K. Jemisin 02/05/2018
Non-Fiction Negroland Margo Jefferson 02/05/2018
Young Adult Fiction Monday's Not Coming Tiffany D. Jackson 01/18/2019
Fiction Loving Day Mat Johnson 02/05/2018
Poetry I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings Oprah Winfrey and Maya Angelou 01/15/2019
Young Adult Fiction How It Went Down Kekla Magoon 02/05/2018
Fiction Homegoing Yaa Gyasi 02/05/2018
Young Adult Fiction The Hate U Give Angie Thomas 02/05/2018
Non-Fiction The Fire This Time Jesmyn Ward 02/05/2018
Non-Fiction The Fire Next Time James Baldwin 02/05/2018

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