Seattle's HOME serves as a connection point to educate our youth on the intersection of Black history as well as Black excellence.
Our Literacy Program has donated more than 250 books written by Black-American authors to Kitsap-King County public schools.
All About Love offers radical new ways to think about love by showing its interconnectedness in our private and public lives. In eleven concise chapters, hooks explains how our everyday notions of what it means to give and receive love often fail us, and how these ideals are established in early childhood.
Amanda Gorman's 2021 Inauguration Day poem
“The Hill We Climb”
is a powerful call to action focusing on themes of hope, unity, healing, and resilience.
The Fire Next Time is composed of two essays, both of which examine issues of racial inequality in America.
"My Dungeon Shook" is a letter from Baldwin to his nephew.
Baldwin expresses dismay over the divisive racial landscape of the United States and encourages Black people to pursue lasting change rather than seeking revenge.
Walk into any racially mixed high school and you will see Black, White, and Latino youth clustered in their own groups. Is this self-segregation a problem to address or a coping strategy?
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