Books for Black History Month

Feb 8, 2023

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Photo by Thought Catalog on Unsplash is an online bookstore that works with locally owned-independent bookstores by donating the profit of each book purchased through their website to a bookstore of your choice.

To celebrate Black History Month, they’re offering 20% off select titles written by Black authors with the code BlackHistory. They even have an interactive map where you can find local-to-you black-owned bookstores to visit in person.

Join us in honoring Black History Month by purchasing a new book by a Black author. Throughout February, choose any of the below select titles* and receive 20% off at checkout with code: BLACKHISTORY

First and foremost, we hope you consider getting your books from a Black-owned bookstore, during Black History month and all year long. And if you can’t visit a store in-person, before you buy your titles on, we hope you choose for your purchase to support a Black-owned affiliate store on our map below!

Books for Black History Month

Books for Black History Month

After browsing through their list of books, here are a few that caught my eye. This list is a mix of books I’ve read and books I want to read.

What books are you reading for Black History Month?

Tell me in the comments!

Other Black History Month Books Lists:

Disclaimer: I am an affiliate of What does that mean? It means if you click on a link in this post and make a purchase from their website I’ll get a teeny tiny commission from that sale. They did not pay me to write this post, I just love books.

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