Black History Month: Third Eye Books’ Black Freedom Collection
February 12, 2021
Celebrate Black History Month with books from Third Eye Books’ Black Freedom Collection. The Black-owned store’s website has 42 pages of recommended books on this theme.
Third Eye Books is based in Portland but had to close their brick and mortar storefront during the pandemic. They are still seeking donations for their relocation fund, but they’re also selling great books and gifts online in the meantime.
Here are a dozen of the bestsellers from Third Eye Books’ Black Freedom Collection:
How to Be an Antiracist
A Promised Land
Me and White Supremacy
Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents
My Grandmother’s Hands
So You Want to Talk About Race
Stamped from the Beginning
White Tears/ Brown Scars
The New Jim Crow
The Portland Black Panthers
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