3 Decades of My Black Revolutionary Bookshelf
We thought we could save people’s lives with the manna to be found in books — and they only got better over time
“Libraries were not yet under assault by the internet, and with the growing ease of self-publishing, my public library’s shelves were a banquet of cultures and ideas. I may have been a college dropout, but I was building a syllabus in Blackness worthy of a Ph.D.” — Scott Woods
Read Woods’ story in its entirety below.