Noname Book Club Uplifts the Voices of People of Color

Written by Stephona Hubbard, Library Services Assistant, Sharonville Branch 

See below for updated links to Noname book club's monthly selections!

"Each One Reach One" is a mantra the Noname Book Club (NNBC) seems to take to heart. Uplifting People of Color's voices in online communities and book discussions, NNBC even includes incarcerated comrades when highlighting two books every month written by authors of color. Its reach is nationwide, and CHPL is proud to join other libraries across the country to connect with this inspirational group.  

Engage with Noname directly at nonamebooks.com, opens a new window, visit our website monthly for new picks, and keep an eye out for future Noname Book Club events at your local branch, brought to you by the Library's Black Exhibits & Events Committee. You also can check out the West End Branch Library's Women Shaping Change and all the other book clubs CHPL has to offer.  

Noname Book Club

November 2021 Selections

First is a digital zine by an Indigenous Action titled Accomplices, Not Allies: Abolishing the Ally Industrial Complex, opens a new window.

Second, we are reading 

As Long as Grass Grows

 

October 2021 Selections

Bloodchild

My Sister, the Serial Killer

Past Picks

September 2021 Selections

Belly of the Beast

Heavy

The Skin I'm in

August 2021 Selections

Alex Haley's The Autobiography of Malcolm X

Looking for Lorraine

July 2021 Selections

Homegoing

June 2021 Selections

The Hip Hop Wars

A Little Devil in America

Monster

May 2021

The End of Policing

Facing the Rising Sun

April 2021

Cane

This Nonviolent Stuff'll Get You Killed

March 2021

The Three Mothers

How We Get Free

February 2021

Claudette Colvin

Here I Stand

January 2021

I Can't Date Jesus

No Name in the Street

December 2020

1919

November 2020

The Assassination of Fred Hampton

October 2020

Our History Is the Future

September 2020

Disability Visibility

Capitalism & Disability

August 2020

Playing in the Dark

The Vanishing Half

July 2020

Captive Genders

Are Prisons Obsolete?

June 2020

Race Music

Blood in My Eye

May 2020

Assata

April 2020

War Against All Puerto Ricans

Mean

March 2020

Love WITH Accountability

As Black as Resistance

February 2020

Sister Outsider

Magical Negro

January 2020

Sabrina & Corina

Die N***** Die!

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