Four voices on the challenge of making publishing less white and more representative of the world at large.
The Bookish Legacy of Marcus Garvey
Paul Coates discusses the legacy of Marcus Garvey in publishing and bookselling.
Erroll McDonald Says, I Am Not Your BIPOC
The v-p and executive editor at Alfred A. Knopf shares why he rejects the ubiquitous acronym.
Black Lives Matter Spurs a Publishing Awakening
David Unger, director of the Publishing Certificate Program at the City College of New York, highlights how Black Lives Matter woke up the publishing industry.
Black Publishing in High Cotton
Tracy Sherrod, the former v-p and editorial director of Amistad, on Black books, discourse, commerce, and the American racial reckoning.