Get Inspired By These Books In Honor Of Black History Month

VideoBook Channel’s Kahille Dorsnivil selects four books that entertain, inspire and inform to read for Black History Month. Her picks are Summoned at Midnight: A Story of Race and the Last Military Executions at Fort Leavenworth by Richard A. Serrano, Dark Sky Rising: Reconstruction and the Dawn of Jim Crow by Henry Louis Gates and Tonya Bolden, The Story of Motown by Peter Benjaminson and I Am An Old Woman by Ntozake Shange.

View the video above for more on these books and share in the comments below how you celebrate Black History Month.

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