Tag: Black History Month

What Black History Month Taught Us About Telling Our Stories [Video]

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What Black History Month Taught Us About Telling Our Stories [Video]

As we celebrate Black History Month, Publishing Consultant Kenneth Clark talks about the role that history, legacy, and story preservation have played in black history within the United States. […]

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Top 5 Books to Read for Black History Month

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Top 5 Books to Read for Black History Month

I have very distinct memories of Black History Month in the primary grades: reading about Martin Luther King Jr., watching movies about Jackie Robinson, and painting a lot of clasped hands in different shades of paint. Now I know that, as a writer, the most significant way for me to celebrate this month is to […]

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February Things: Black History Month, How to Write a Devotional, and Why We “Heart” Xulon Press.

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February Things: Black History Month, How to Write a Devotional, and Why We “Heart” Xulon Press.

And just like that, the first month of 2016 is already gone. But here on the Xulon Press blog, we’re launching headfirst into all things February. We’re inviting authors to share what they love about Xulon Press on social media using the hashtag #IHeartXP. What made you choose Xulon Press? Our award-winning designers? Perhaps you appreciate our steadfast […]

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