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A staff reportCalling all book lovers and aspiring book enthusiasts! The NC African American Heritage Commission invites you to participate in a celebration of literature and culture with their Black History Read In. This exciting initiative aims to commemorate Black History Month by exploring the rich tapestry of African American experiences through the pages of captivating books.Curated by Dr. Tiwanna Nevels, the current Assistant State Librarian at the State Library of North Carolina, the carefully selected list promises to ignite curiosity, inspire reflection, and foster a deeper understanding of African American history and heritage. Dr. Nevels, a passionate advocate for literacy and lifelong learning, hopes to share her love of reading with the community through this curated collection.Spanning fiction and nonfiction genres, the comprehensive list includes titles suitable for adults, young adults, and children. Whether you’re delving into the complex narratives of historical figures, exploring contemporary themes, or introducing young minds to diverse perspectives, there’s something for everyone on this thoughtfully curated list.As you peruse the selection, be sure to earmark a few favorites to savor throughout the year. With titles that resonate across generations and genres, these books offer opportunities for ongoing exploration, learning, and dialogue.To access the complete list and embark on your literary journey, visit: NC African American Heritage Commission’s Black History Month Read InJoin us in celebrating the power of storytelling, the resilience of the human spirit, and the enduring legacy of African American contributions to literature and society. Happy reading!

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