March is Women's History Month. Congress has officially recognized this celebration since 1987, but women have been making an impact since long before that. Women's history is a subject rich in resiliency, courage, and innovation. This month, we are sharing some of our recommended African American women writers. They have played a crucial role in spotlighting the barriers and obstacles women have continued to face. Their writing speaks truth and holds power accountable. Each author's insights provide rich insights that have inspired generations of readers.
Each of these books is available to be checked out at the UDC Library.