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Upcoming Netflix Series 'Bookmarks' Celebrates Black Voices in Literature
The Roots of Rap: "A Flavorful Slice of Larger Cultural Cake"
Explore The Roots of Rap in this stunning, rhyming, triple-timing picture book! On sale now at We Are LIT!
As Jason Reynolds' put it, "we are who we are! And to be hip-hop, truly be it, we must remember that we are also funk, jazz, soul, folktale, and poetry."
The Beautiful Ones: the story of how Prince became Prince
The memoir Prince was writing before his tragic death brings readers into his world through his own lyrical prose.
Go Ahead in the Rain: Cultural History and the Impact of Art and Music
The first chronicle of A Tribe Called Quest, the visionary, award-winning group whose jazz-infused records and socially conscious lyrics revolutionized rap in the early 1990s.
'What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Blacker' by Damon Young
We Are LIT is spotlighting major events in black literature during 2019 and offering must read book recommendations!
Damon Young is regarded as an "rising star and one of the most closely watched and respected writers about race, class, and gender of our generation." His debut book, What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Blacker releases March 26, 2019 and is available to pre-order from We Are LIT!
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