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Before the Movement

by Dylan Penningroth; read by Terrence Kidd

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available March

A prize-winning scholar draws on astonishing new research to demonstrate how Black people used the law to their advantage long before the Civil Rights Movement. Learn More
Benjamin Franklin

by D.G. Hart; read by David Cochran Heath

Benjamin Franklin: Cultural Protestant follows Franklin's remarkable career through the lens of the trends and innovations that the Protestant Reformation started (both directly and indirectly) almost two centuries earlier. Learn More
The Best of American Heritage: Lincoln

by Edwin S. Grosvenor; read by David Drummond

Abraham Lincoln comes to life in this selection from America's leading history magazine, chosen Edwin S. Grosvenor. Learn More
The Best of American Heritage: The Civil War

by Edwin S. Grosvenor; read by Sean Pratt

Some of America's foremost historians—including Bruce Catton, David McCullough, James McPherson and Stephen Sears—tell extraordinary stories of courage, disaster, and triumph in this collection of the best articles from sixty years of American Heritage. Learn More
Better Days Will Come Again

by Travis Atria; read by David Sadzin

Better Days Will Come Again, based on groundbreaking research and including unprecedented access to Arthur Briggs's oral memoir, is a crucial document of jazz history, a fast-paced epic, and an entirely original tale of survival. Learn More
Beyond Broadway

by Stacy Wolf; read by Romy Nordlinger

The idea of American musical theatre often conjures up images of bright lights and big city, but its lifeblood is found in amateur productions at high schools, community theatres, afterschool programs, summer camps, and dinner theatres. In Beyond Broadway, author Stacy Wolf looks at the widespread presence and persistence of musical theatre in US culture. Learn More
Beyond the Great Divide

by Governor George Pataki with Trey Radel; read by Trey Radel

An unprecedented, insider view into 9/11 and the inner workings of the political climate that emerged after the attacks, which continues to shape our future—politically and culturally—and how we as a country can bridge the Great Divide. Learn More
Big Tech Tyrants

by Floyd Brown & Todd Cefaratti; read by Shawn Compton

Big Tech Tyrants: How Silicon Valley's Stealth Practices Addict Teens, Silence Speech, and Steal Your Privacy is an eye-opening, must-listen book for anyone living in the twenty-first century. Learn More
Black Death at the Golden Gate

by David K. Randall; read by Charles Constant

A spine-chilling saga of virulent racism, human folly, and the ultimate triumph of scientific progress. Learn More
Black Folk

by Blair LM Kelley; read by Anika Noni Rose

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An award-winning historian illuminates the adversities and joys of the Black working class in America through a stunning narrative centered on her forebears. Learn More
Black Noir

by Otto Penzler; read by Joniece Abbott-Pratt, Sean Crisden

Some of the best-known and most influential pieces of crime fiction have been from African American writers. Be it Walter Mosley's great detective Easy Rawlins, or the mean streets of Harlem at the hands of Chester Himes, the stories and characters in this anthology have shaped the mystery genre with their own unique viewpoints and styles. Learn More
Black Samson

by Nyasha Junior & Jeremy Schipper; read by David Sadzin

Before Harriet Tubman or Martin Luther King was identified with Moses, African Americans identified those who challenged racial oppression in America with Samson. In Black Samson: The Untold Story of an American Icon, Nyasha Junior and Jeremy Schipper tell the story of how this biblical character became an icon of African American literature. Learn More
Black Site

by Philip Mudd; read by Robertson Dean

A bold account of one of the most controversial and haunting initiatives in American history, Black Site tells the full story of the post-9/11 counterterrorism world at the CIA. Learn More
Black Software

by Charlton D. McIlwain; read by Leon Nixon

Black Software centralizes African Americans' role in the Internet's creation and evolution, illuminating both the limits and possibilities for using digital technology to push for racial justice in the United States and across the globe. Learn More
Blood Runs Coal

by Mark A. Bradley; read by Perry Daniels

Edgar Award Winner for Best Fact Crime

The true story of the shocking assassination that catalyzed groundbreaking reform in Big Coal. Learn More

by Andre Dubus III; read by Andre Dubus III

With House of Sand and Fog, his National Book Award–nominated novel, Andre Dubus III demonstrated his mastery of the complexities of character and desire. In this earlier novel he captures a roiling time in American history and the coming-of-age of a boy who must decide between desire, ambition, and duty. Learn More
Boss of the Grips

by Eric K. Washington; read by David Sadzin

A long-overdue biography of the head of Grand Central Terminal's Red Caps, who flourished in the cultural nexus of Harlem and American railroads.
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Brave the Wild River

by Melissa L. Sevigny; read by Elizabeth Wiley

The riveting tale of two pioneering botanists and their historic boat trip down the Colorado River and through the Grand Canyon. Learn More
The British Empire

by Stephen W. Sears; read by Corrie James

In 1815, the British controlled the seas. Before the end of the nineteenth century, they ruled Australia, India, New Zealand, half of Africa, half of North America, and islands all around the globe. Theirs was the most powerful empire the world has ever known. Learn More

by Mark Katz; read by Michael Butler Murray

A timely study of US diplomacy, Build: The Power of Hip Hop Diplomacy in a Divided World reveals the power of art to bridge cultural divides, facilitate understanding, and express and heal trauma. Learn More
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