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DEI Celebrates 
black history month

The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee of GMHCN welcomes you to join in an appreciation of Black History seen through its creators--the artists, writers, and countless others who labor to bring the true story of Black History into the light.

16 Black novels

1. Between the World and Me /Tananhisi Coates

2. The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness/Michelle Alexander

3. A Piece of Cake /Cupcake Brown

4. Giovani’s Room/ James Baldwin

5. Black Feeling Black Talk Black Judgement/ Nikki Giovanni

6. The Autobiography of Malcolm X: As Told to Alex Haley

7. On The Real Side / Mel Watkins

8. How Not to Get Shot by The Police and Other Advice from White People /DL Hughley

9. The Bluest Eyes /Toni Morrison

10. Standing at the Scratch Line /Guy Johnson

11. Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome/ Dr. Joy Degruy

12. Pimp/ Iceberg Slim

13. The Color Purple /Alice Walker Kindred /Octavia Butler

14. Kindred /Octavia Butler

15. Never Caught: The Washington’s' Relentless Pursuit of Their Runaway Slave, Ona Judge by Erica Armstrong Dunbar

16. Caste /Isabel Wilkerson

21 Black Movies

1. 13th / Netflix

2. When They See Us /Netflix

3. Get out/Prime

4. The Central Park Five/Prime

5. Booker’s Place/ You tube

6. Roy Woods Jones the Imperfect Messenger /Paramount

7. Concrete Cowboy/Netflix

8. American Son / Netflix

9. Judas and the Black Messiah/HBO

10. Billie Holiday VS The United States /Hulu

11. American Violet/ Prime

12. When We Were Kings/ HBO

13. Rustin /Netflix

14. Fences / Netflix

15. The Landlord/ YouTube /Beau Bridges

16. X /HBO

17. Seven seconds /Netflix

18. Who We Are /Netflix

19. Is it Black Enough for Ya

20. High on the Hog

21. Origin (still in theaters)


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